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Multi-Remote Shutdown Manager 1.0
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Multi-Remote Shutdown Manager 1.0



Released:2002-04-22
License:$49.00
Publisher:Eytcheson Software
Language:English
Platform:Windows
Requirements:Windows NT/2000/XP
Install:Install and Uninstall
Downloads:540
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Publisher's Description:

Multi-Remote Shutdown Manager - Multi-Remote Shutdown Manager is an easy and screamingly fast way to shutdown the computers you administer. It is designed for network administrators working with groups of systems. Options include Shutdown, Restart, Set Countdown, Send Message, Force Apps to Close, Force Reboot and Abort In-progress Shutdown. 1000 computers -- 5 minutes. Tops.

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Version 1.0 from 2002-04-22

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Shutdown Computers - FAST!
 

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Latest User Reviews:

needs work 2007-09-22 11:26:30 #
Version: 1.0

Needs work.

I have used this on my network for about five minutes just testing it and first of all the computer finder option isn't that relyable. When I finally got it to find just one of my computers I tryed to send a message to it with no luck. Tryed to shut it down and still no luck. I tryed disabling the internet secarity programs and still nothing worked.



froozen 2007-03-01 10:45:57 #
Version: 1.0

fairly good

Hello used this program in a school. The only poor this about it is that students are able to download this program without a restart being required thus making the program Deepfreeze adn other like Deepfreeze useless against a program like this. For the lose of student work (not being saved) and another student is able to shut down their system with any comment they want. I strongly recommend that a restart should be required before the program is able to be used.

Other than that the program has a nice gui and it is to the point.



Author's Response:
I'd suggest you immediately pull the network cable from each of your computers and not plug it back in until you correct the problems you've created by:

1) giving students the ability to download and install programs from the Internet
2) making them administrators
3) using the same user name and password for each of your computers.

Bad form. Very, very bad form.




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