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fog
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Hi All,

Question about remote restarting and logging off computers on a domain w/ a work machine running Windows 7.

On XP I was able to enter MMC, then add Snap-In of "Computer Management" connect to another computer on the network that I was targeting,then I was would right click on the that machine select "Properties" then I would select "Advanced Tab" then Settings under "Start up and recovery" I could then proceed to shutting down, logging off user etc.

I can't seem to do this on a Windows 7 machine, as an administrator (obviously) it does not give me this option anyone know how to get this back? As per Windows 7 help guide it's using something called MMC 3.0, I suppose a new version for the OS release.

Thank you.

-d

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