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Posted by: Daniel Posted on: Feb 22nd, 2006 at 6:57pm
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how do u shutdown different computers on a network


Proper option is: Connect to remote Shutdown Manager

(see help for more information)

This option allows you to connect to a remote computer running Shutdown Manager and perform several tasks.

First, you have to define your remote hosts computers, by IP address or computer name/host name (recommended option).

Select the remote computer you want to connect, and click the Connect button. This will start scan the remote computer and looking for logged users with Shutdown Manager started.

Select the User you want to connect to, and click the Select User button.

If you enter the remote Shutdown Manager Server, you'll get the Process tab activated automatically. If you can't connect, please check:

- Remote computer is On and with Shutdown Manager loaded and Server mode enabled on same ports.
     - Check the Log on the Process tab, this may contain remote Server response and helps you to detect what's the problem.
     - Check the defined password is the same for both Shutdown Manager.

You may create group of computers to process, just uncheck the "Main Level" check box when adding a new host, or create a Main Level host, and drag and drop all other defined hosts to the new one created. If you want to get any dropped host back to Main Level, just drag and drop it to the container node (main level group name).

Take care,

Daniel  Cheesy
Posted by: micheal dooley Posted on: Feb 20th, 2006 at 7:23pm
how do u shutdown different computers on a network