I need to execute a command that hibernates a set of computers remotely, and i get to the point that i have a psexec running a psshutdown to a list of computers from a file. Untill now, all is OK. In Windows XP it runs smoothlly, and shows a popup windows with a countdown with the time i set up in the command, and user can cancel it still need the machine or so. I Windows 7, the command is executed, the countdown runs, but no popup warning windows is shown, so the user don't have a clue of what's going on, until the moment that the computer starts to hibernate. Is there a way to make the popup window appear in the windows 7? All the computers are running Windows 7 64bit with SP1 and belongs to an Active Directory Domain with a Windows Server 2003 DC.
Hi. The Stop-Computer command only restarts, and shuts down the computer. Hibernate is not an option in the Stop-Computer command. 🙁 I need to hibernate in order to keep the open docs and applications that the users may have, or else they will hang me in a rope... hehehe...
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