Shutdown Pc's at School

Posted by Agent X | Sunday, May 10, 2009 | , | 4 comments »

Do u know , we can easily switch off all PC's in school and colleges and this is one of the most important trick which i did in my coll and fooled most of teachers . make sure that you dont get caught . . .

So here I go thankfully there's the shutdown function in cmd mode

First of all you need to have access to a cmd prompt on the network for this to work.

If it's disabled you can obviously run everything from .bat files.

So first type in

Code:
Net View


This will give you all the names for all the computers on the network.

Then you want to find a target and write it down, so for example a name is //045-comproom1-05 then you will utilize that name to shutdown the computer.

Now next step is to do the following one

Code:
shutdown -i


which will give you a gui interface and you'll be able to shutdown whichever computer you want with it, you can set a time, even throw in a funny comment like "owned" or somethin Smile.

commands you will use if you just wanna use the command interface are

Code:
shutdown -m //computername
- shutsdown the pc.

Code:
shutdown -m -c "owned"
shutdown with a comment.

Code:
shutdown -l
logoff the user.

Code:
shutdown -r
restart the computer.

and so on...


So thats it you are done and now u can shut down any PC connected in a network and make ur teachers fool . . Feel free to ask any doubts regarding this here . .

4 comments

  1. Deathlord // May 11, 2009 at 1:42 AM  

    This was of great help...:) thank you very much.

  2. Prabhu // May 11, 2009 at 10:09 PM  

    Prabhu here!

    Great work! Keep going!

  3. ajay // June 7, 2009 at 5:47 PM  

    sir its a great trick ...

    we have already tried it in our college network


    but the trick works if i am logged on to admin account


    the trick does not works unless


    please tell if there is an alternative if i dont know the admin password of the college system

  4. Computer Tricks and Tips // May 14, 2011 at 9:18 AM  

    nice tips.... thanks for sharing

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