From: Micheal Colhoun (micheal at domain it.nuigalway.ie)
Date: Mon 17 May 1999 - 15:24:40 IST
Okay, not linux but...
There is a win32 NT api call to reboot a machine remotely. We wrote a quick
wrapper called 'reboot'. It's quite funny (or maybe not) when you ask
people to logout as the labs need to be locked in the evening. When you are
in a rush and everyone else is not, just pop into the server room and do a
"reboot \\it-domain\*" and watch peoples faces when you get 20 reboot
countdown screens :-)
On Mon, May 17, 1999 at 02:49:49PM +0100, Sean McGrath wrote:
> Paul Jakma wrote:
> > anyone know of a reliable way to reboot a remote NT machine? exploit,
> > utility or whatever.
> yipee, more non linux stuff :-)
> > there's a fscking NT machine here which needs frequent rebooting due to the
> > remote access software, pc-duo, getting 'stuck'. and i'm sick of having to
> > go down four floors to reboot it.
> > i've tried a couple of exploits but they just lock the machine up. i need it
> > to reboot/reset completely.
> black orifice, netbus, vnc, mikeysoft's resource pack...
> (this is in order of exploit)
> > it's NT4 sp3.
> > thanks,
> > paul j.
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