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Recently, I was asked to schedule rebooting of some windows server 2003 machines.
I previously knew the command for shutting down is basically
Which is with some addition if any one wants
shutdown /r /t 60 /c "Reconfiguring myapp.exe" /f /d p:4:1
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But, The error I got is that when I try to write this command in a batch file (.bat file) and schedule its execution, it does not run and shows a CMD window showing the command infinitely yet not executing it.
At first, I thought that a low privilege was assigned to the account I’m using to log into the system.
But, A friend suggested executing the command from Start -> RUN , and I did. It worked !!!!!
So, I thought ; If I can schedule running the command itself not a batch file, it should work. And I was right !!
So, I scheduled the shutdown command like this :
Note : You can select a program and change it later ( using advanced task properties ) to the shutdown command above.
And It was Fixed,
Thanks to ( Hesham Seiam )