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Can someone help me out with this?


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Doomed_to_a_pathetic_computer

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I saw my Computer Networking teacher typing a command in DOS on Windows XP that forced one of the other students computers to log off, and I was wondering if anyone else knew how to do that? :tazz:
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log off or shutdown?
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Just a plain log off.
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shutdown -l will do it if he was logged on locally....which i guess he could do..... the shutdown -m \\computer name will shutdown a remote machine, but it says that you can't use the -l switch with it...hmm
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