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Old 03-01-2009, 11:29 AM   #1
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Default Using C# and ipconfig to create a shutdown program

I'm using C#to create a program which I will use to stop stupid little kids playing online games in lessons cos they SUCK!
It will also be for my own amusment!
I'm not sure what to use though. Can I use the
shutdown -m
command? If so, do I need to use their IP Address? Or is it something different, because we are on an intranet. The "Link-Local IPv6 address"?
Please help me!

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Default Re: Using C# and ipconfig to create a shutdown program

I'm not sure this is a question that I can answer as per the board rules, but I'll check it with a mod. Writing your own program to do this would be time-consuming and would be re-inventing the wheel.

This is an application I use at work to remotely kill processes and shutdown servers, as well as auditing.
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/s.../bb896649.aspx. It's called PsTools. Just for the record, gaining access to someone elses computer in a manner that could be considered illegal, or without the other persons consent/knowledge is not an activity that we here at Computerforums condone, or encourage.
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