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To do this, type runas /u:domainname\username “shutdown –r –t xx –f –m \\remotepcname”, for example, runas /u:chicagotech\bob “shutdown –r –t xx –f –m \\ms-mvps”. Disable UAC from the remote computer and send the command as explained in this thread. If you find them, uninstall them as well. Thank you Reply Jim says: September 15, 2009 at 3:14 am @zeeshan if you get access denied message, then try using the real administrative account on the computer you want to this contact form

When I sign into this account on my Computer and try to shutdown a Computer remotely I still get access denied. There isn't even an architectural diagram of how the thing is supposed to work. Most people with residential internet don't have a static IP. And how do i get rid of Acces denied? https://community.logmein.com/t5/Pro/Failed-to-start-Remote-Control-process-997/td-p/51486

Reply tee says: May 27, 2008 at 5:44 pm how do i shutdown the computer in the command prompt without bringing up the remote shutdown window? Jul 15 15:18:07 chicago-fw1 systemd[1]: Starting Trigger Flushing of Journal to Persistent Storage... To do so, just type net use \\computername /user:admin-username at the command prompt. Great job!

On the Edit menu, point to New, and then click String Value. For testing I just added the everyone group to the local policy of the system. An LMI host Mac does not require a monitor connected. It keeps sayingmy username or PW is invalid, but I know its because the server doesnt match, and I cant go to (at least I thought it ws f10) command prompt

Anyone know how to ensure a remote reboot works? Then hit save. While it's working, of course, this is fine.When it stops working, it stinks. Discover More Password FAQ Calendar Search Today's Posts Mark Forums Read Thread Tools Display Modes 24-06-2008, 17:10 #1 chuffsterUK Guest Posts: n/a LOGMEIN help required please Got this rather irate

Thank you. And more importantly, my changes to the LMI services (to start manually) didn't take and I can successfully use Remote Control at the same time as VNC!So in the end, it Interestingly, I can still view the LMI Dashboard, and now my VNC connection is working again. do i take of the period at t he end if the computer name has a period?

Jul 15 15:18:09 chicago-fw1 systemd[1]: Starting Job spooling tools... More Bonuses Reply Bert says: October 3, 2007 at 10:36 am I cannot get the -c switch to work. Open notepad and type the shutdown command to shut down a computer for each computer on the network.  Make sure each shutdown command is on its own line.  An example of LMI was a great product until recently, but I couldn't afford to keep waiting for it to be reliable.

Jul 15 15:18:09 chicago-fw1 systemd[1]: Started Command Scheduler. http://3ecommunications.net/failed-to/opmn-failed-to-start-a-managed-process-after-the-maximum-retry-limit.html Try adding the user account of your computer on the networked computer and give it administrative rights. Hope this helps anyone else that needs to reboot even if a pc is locked. If above commands don't work and you receive System error 67, make sure you type the correct commands and computer name.

Even got chin deep in the Microsoft tek notes on this subject and trying to figure out the privileges and got no where. Below is a registry key example that you can use to review to allow you to install AutoCAD LT 2015: Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\Installer\SecureRepairWhitelist] "{5783F2D7-E009-0000-0102-0060B0CE6BBA}"="" "{5783F2D7-E009-0409-1102-0060B0CE6BBA}"="" "{5783F2D7-E009-0409-2102-0060B0CE6BBA}"="" For Any suggestion?? navigate here You have approximately 3 minutes to save or you WILL lose your work." -t 180 break then go to file, save as and type in a file name followed by .bat.

any one have any other ideas???Thanks! How do I run an elevated command prompt on Vista via telnet to an Admin account? Jul 15 15:18:28 chicago-fw2 systemd[1]: Starting Wait for Plymouth Boot Screen to Quit...

Please check the log file for more details.

If so you can have some fun with this…. also, when trying to use a .bat the command is entered hundreds of times in an infinite loop. Jul 15 15:18:07 chicago-fw1 systemd[1]: Starting GlusterFS an clustered file-system server... I don't know why I could connect once; no settings were any different that time.-- David Report Inappropriate Content Message 2 of 13 (3,921 Views) Reply 0 Kudos MacDr Contributor Posts:

Reply Snipo117 says: May 9, 2011 at 11:13 pm no, mostly because you won't have administrator's rights over the computer. Reply Brent Trahan says: May 15, 2007 at 2:50 pm Maybe I’m not making this clear enough. Last edited by chuffsterUK; 25-06-2008 at 15:59. his comment is here on the computer you are about to turn off: Open Administrative Tools \ "Local Security Settings".

If you want to pause the batch file to see any errors type two lines like so: shutdown -s -f -t 120 -c “This is a test” PAUSE Reply Bert says: In order for computer A to be able to successfully send the shutdown command to computer B computer A must be logged in as Administrator with the password letmein . what am i suposed to do to fix it? Shutdown does not occur if a workstation is locked.

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