Remote Shut Down Wi-Fi Network Computer

My today post tell you about how to shutdown a computer in your private network(Wi-Fi) successfully.I am already tell you this method done by CMD in my old post,but today i am tell you how it do very simply by a tool.

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RemoteShutdown allows to remotely (over the network) shutdown and power off, restart or switch to standby mode any Windows NT/2000/XP Workstation or Server.
In addition, you can specify a message which will be displayed before the computer will be shutdown and offer the user the option to cancel the shutdown.


All you have to do is to start RemShutDn.exe. You will see the following screen:

Select the computer from your domain or workgroup by clicking "Bowse" button, or if computer is not from your domain or workgroup you have to typein the name.
You can also specify additional options (ie. message like on the picture )
And press "OK".

If you click on "OK" and the "Display Message" check box is not ticked, then an immediate shutdown will occur.


  1. Anonymous said...:

    Amazing tool.i like it!

  1. Kaner Ghoshp said...:

    Nice post,thank you.

  1. Anonymous said...:

    No other computers show up but mine

  1. ajinkya sonar said...:

    May be you have no admin rights for selected computer.

    what should i do?

  1. Anonymous said...:

    @Anonymous this is a LAN tool not world wide lol

  1. Adeel Abbasi said...:

    what would be name of computer

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