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hi, This command works for shutting down Windows Server 2003 net rpc shutdown -t 5 -f -C "???" -U sheepdog\%password -I 192.168.1.1 from my Linux box trying to shutdown Windows ...
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    shutdown windows server 2008 from Linux


    hi,

    This command works for shutting down Windows Server 2003

    net rpc shutdown -t 5 -f -C "???" -U sheepdog\%password -I 192.168.1.1

    from my Linux box

    trying to shutdown Windows Server 2008 I get this response:

    result was: WERR_CALL_NOT_IMPLEMENTED

    Any one know what I need to do fix this?

    Mark

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    Quote Originally Posted by mlmmilkyway View Post
    hi,

    This command works for shutting down Windows Server 2003

    net rpc shutdown -t 5 -f -C "???" -U sheepdog\%password -I 192.168.1.1

    from my Linux box

    trying to shutdown Windows Server 2008 I get this response:

    result was: WERR_CALL_NOT_IMPLEMENTED

    Any one know what I need to do fix this?

    Mark
    Rebooting works fine on a win2k8 R2 machine. I cannot try switching it off as it would involve a trip to the datacentre.

    Code:
    net rpc shutdown -r -W dev -U admin -S hostname

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    Silly me, I do have a dev box sitting two desks away from me with a Win2k8 R2 VM running on it. This works fine and it prompts for the user password, so it's more secure

    Code:
    net rpc shutdown -t 10 -f -C 'down we go' -W dev -U localadmin -S devbox

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