[windows2000] Re: Windows 2003 Shutdown

  • To: <windows2000@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 23 Dec 2003 11:27:18 -0500

Ah, so this is from the actual console.  I see.  Just hit the power
button then.  :P  Or, you probably could still use shutdown.exe and
shutdown that way anyway, even though it is the local machine.

Ray at work

> -----Original Message-----

> When you choose shutdown on Windows 2003 server, in addition 
> to the combo box to select log off, shutdown, and restart 
> there is an additional section called "Shutdown event 
> tracker" for Reason, planned or unplanned, hardware, software 
> etc.  Then a section for comments.  You can't click the ok 
> button to proceed until you pick something from the list of reasons.
> Greg
> -----Original Message-----
> From: windows2000-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> [mailto:windows2000-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of Costanzo, Ray
> Create a batch file to do it and have the answers already there.  I'm
> not 100% sure I'm familiar with what you're talking about, 
> but I imagine
> it's like the shutdown program included with Windows XP.  I 
> know that if
> you use the shutdown.exe from the W2K Resource Kit, you don't have to
> fill out a survey, so maybe you can use that to reboot a W2K3 server
> sans survey as well.

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