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#15820 - 08/21/05 11:46 AM Re: How to Shutdown -m //computername ?  
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Keep reading then. There's a pile of suggestions in this thread wink

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#15821 - 08/24/05 08:36 AM Re: How to Shutdown -m //computername ?  
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Ahem i have read and installed that KpyM telnet thingy and i cannot connect to a computer either and im using windows 2000..


I will get it soon!!
#15822 - 08/24/05 12:21 PM Re: How to Shutdown -m //computername ?  
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KpyM telnet is giving me problems. I'm not sure exactly how to run this. Sorry to inconvience anyone over this question. I'm currently running a windows XP home edition.

#15823 - 02/06/06 10:41 AM Re: How to Shutdown -m //computername ?  
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I think a better way around using telnet is to use another XP command to help with authentication to the remote computer which is the problem here...

runas /netonly /user:<remotecomputer>\<remoteuser> "shutdown -s -m \\<remotecomputer>"

The runas command allows you to specify a different user to execute a program that the current user wouldn't have access to. In this case using the /netonly switch targets the remote computer for the authentication.

After executing the above it will ask you for a password for the remote user and it keeps the password hidden from anyone watching.

Hope this helps.

mrBob

#15824 - 06/28/06 06:01 AM Re: How to Shutdown -m //computername ?  
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i've been wondering about this for a while too. i had the same problem.

thanks for the tip

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#44998 - 02/24/08 12:30 PM Re: How to Shutdown -m //computername ? [Re: weeve]  
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can telnet be used to gain remote access to a computer?


Yeah im new. But I dont want answers alone. Im not here to damage people's systems. I want to take the road to information, and knowledge. I believe in the freedom of information, but i also believe that one such as myself should have to do a little more than ask to receive it.
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