How to Reboot Any Computer From Remote Location ?

Computer has many features which are really unknown to the people till now. There are thousands of DOS command available on every computer which can be used to perform many functions which we can not even imagine about. We are here talking about one of such function. This function we call remote reboot. We can reboot another computer from different location with some simple commands. No need professional knowledge as it is very easy to perform this task. Below we are mentioning a step by step guide on How to Reboot Any Computer From Remote Location ? 

Steps For Preparing Desired Computer for Remote Reboot

1.Log onto the computer as an Administrator.

2. Click on Start Menu and Select RUN option.

3. Type "services.msc" in RUN BOX and click on OK.

4. List of available services will appear, scroll down and select remote registry on the list.

5. Select remote registry and right click on it.

6. Then choose properties from the menu.

7. Under start up type choose automatic.

8. Reconfigure your firewall to allow Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) to be accessed.
(Reconfigure your firewall depends on the firewall you are using.)

9. Now right click on 'my computer' and select the properties menu.

10.Scroll down to computer name, domain and workgroup settings to find the computer name. Note it down.

Now computer is ready to be rebooted from a remote location.

How to Reboot Computer From Remote Location ?

Once your desired computer has been set up appropriately, you will be able to perform a remote reboot using command prompt.

1.Log onto your computer as an Administrator.

2. Click on Start menu and choose Run.

3.Type the command cmd.exe in Run BOX.

4.Once the DOS window opens type shutdown/i and press Enter.

5.You will see the remote shutdown dialog appear on the screen.

6. At this stage you will click on Add then type in the name of the computer you have noted down.

7.Now simply apply the required settings and hit the OK button.

8.This will shut down or restart the named computer.

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