Provided you got pass the password bit, I would expect it to. Glad it did.
That's interesting. It's a neat little trick that I could find a lot of use for but never actually thought about it too much. I'm just curious here, though. Couldn't you just schedule the original shutdown.exe file from your system32 directory?
NO, I did not add that for the fun of it, you need the other bit as well. Try running shutdown.exe, nothing happens. You see you need the -s
to make it shut down. And I add -t 00
to remove the delay. There are other options to like -r
to restart -l
to log off.
I use it in shortcuts on my desktop, you can read more about that in the Easy XP tweaks #12 http://www.geekstogo...s...st&p=370272
Edited by Michael, 26 December 2006 - 11:51 PM.