Switching of with a batch file


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We were testing RAdmin and it's a great tool, only one thing would be a great help: we would like to switch off about 20 computers with one command (batchfile) like: radmin /connect:computer1:4899 /shutdown
radmin /connect:computer2:4899 /shutdown..

but unfortunately we always getting a window poping up so we have to choose to power down...

anyway, a great tool
then go for it...

make a batch file as you described, should work... But only if the Servers don't require radmin password, else you will manually have to enter these... but this may be solved in new version...
If these are windows machines, it's much easier to use the Resource Kit tool Shutdown to do this...Radmin is kind of overkill
In response to the posting left by Rick Buford. You are correct that the NT Resource Kit tool 'Shutdown' will do this, but only for NT4.0/Win2k/XP clients. This utility will not work on 9X clients.

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