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When you use a non-full path, Windows searching an environmental variable called PATH.In other words, C:\Windows\System32 is in the PATH and that's why it's searched. I use this whenever I want to force an immediate reboot: Reading the help for shutdown on Windows 8.1 I see: "If the timeout period is greater than 0, the /f parameter is implied." And as the default timeout is 30 seconds I think it's preferable to give some time for the clean shutdown and then the forced shutdown happens after the [email protected] today? For NT4 and before, the motherboard didn't always support power off, only shutdown (windows was completely closed, but the PC was still under electric power). It expects that the function you passed on the command line has a very specific method signature - it doesn't match the method signature of Exit Windows.Only poweroff (if the hardware supported it at the time) closed windows and cut the electic power. Another small tip: when going the batch file route, I like to be able to abort it in case I run it accidentally.Just saying: why would you want to enrage my brother?You're probably aware of this, but just in case: it's much easier to just type "shutdown -r" (or whatever command you like) into the "Run" box and hit enter. When remoted into a machine (target is XP anyway, not sure about target Vista), although Shutdown on the start menu is replaced by Disconnect Session or something like that, there should be one called 'Windows Security' which also does the same thing as Ctrl Alt End as pointed to by Owen. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site (the association bonus does not count).So the batch file invokes the shutdown but leaves you at the command prompt afterwards.
My text editor has a fairly nice CLI integration feature, so I'm looking for a command-line validator. I wonder if they added an option, for whether line numbers are included or not?If you’ve got an old PC that doesn’t need the bells, whistles and expensive licence that comes with Windows 7 then XP is still a viable alternative.In this guide I will show you how to remove the WGA notifications should you want to, after which you’ll not be able to download non-critical updates but will still receive the critical fixes that really matter.You can use "cd .." to go up one directory and you can type "dir" to get a list of items in your currently active directory. Do you really want to teach someone to put every dll they ever need for their programs in the PATH variable?Keeping the exe and the dll in the same location seems a lot cleaner to me, unless you create a custom installer that sets the PATH and copys the dll to system32 automatically.
Note: I wanted to make sure some really good answers were also mentioned along with my own on this. If you are on a remote machine, you may also want to add the -f option to force the reboot.