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/auto - You can use this option to run RSHUT PRO in minimized mode.
    Example:
      rshutpro.exe /auto

/start[:pc_list] - Start action on specified computer(s). If the parameter pc_list is omitted local computer is supposed.

/stop[:pc_list] - Stop action on specified computer(s). If the parameter pc_list is omitted local computer is supposed.

  • pc_list, is a list of computers (or IP addresses) divided by comma and quoted as necessary.
    Examples:
      Comp1
      "Bill's computer, Server"
      "Comp1, Comp2"
      "10.10.1.10"
      "10.10.1.10,Comp2"

    Examples:
      rshutpro.exe /start /reboot /timeout:60
      Schedules reboot operation on the local computer within 60 seconds.

      rshutpro.exe /stop
      Cancel previously scheduled shutdown action on the local computer.

/timeout:[+|-][ss|hh:mm|hh:mm:ss] - Set/modify action delay execution. ss is seconds, mm and hh - minutes and hours. When specified timeout with a sign (plus or minus) - it increase/decrease timeout of currently running action(s).

    Example:
      rshutpro.exe /reboot /timeout:60
      Schedules reboot operation on the local computer within 60 seconds.

      rshutpro.exe /reboot /timeout:-0:2
      Decrease current countdown counter value of currently executing action(s) 'Reboot' on local computer by 2 minutes. If current countdown is less then 2 minutes - appropriate action(s) will be executed immediately.

      rshutpro.exe /shutdown:PC1 /timeout:+0:10
      Increase current countdown counter value of currently executing action(s) 'Shutdown' on computer PC1 by 10 minutes.

/message:[text|filename] - Specifies custom message to be displayed, also may specify to get it from file. Is applicable along with '/timeout' parameter.

    Examples:
      rshutpro.exe /reboot /timeout:60 /message:"This PC will reboot in 60 seconds"
      Schedules reboot operation on the local computer within 60 seconds with the custom message.

      rshutpro.exe /reboot /timeout:15 /message:"c:\message.txt"
      Schedules reboot operation on the local computer within 15 seconds with the custom message taken from file.

/eject[:drive] - Eject specified (or all) CD/DVD-ROM(s) in the system. If you have the only one CD/DVD-ROM drive in your system you can omit 'drive' parameter.

    Examples:
      rshutpro.exe /eject
      Eject all CD/DVD-ROMs on the local computer

      rshutpro.exe /eject:d
      Eject CD/DVD-ROM D: on the local computer

      rshutpro.exe /eject /start:"Comp1"
      Eject CD/DVD-ROM(s) on remote computer "Comp1"

/close[:drive] - Close specified (or all) CD/DVD-ROM(s). If you have the only one CD/DVD-ROM drive in your system you can omit 'drive' parameter.

    Examples:
      rshutpro.exe /close
      Close all CD/DVD-ROMs on the local computer

      rshutpro.exe /close:d
      Close CD/DVD-ROM D: on the local computer

      rshutpro.exe /close /start:"Comp1"
      Close CD/DVD-ROM(s) on remote computer "Comp1"

/report - Display results on action execution.

    Example:
      rshutpro.exe /shutdown:"Comp1,Comp2" /report
      Send shutdown command on the computers Comp1 and Comp2, then display results.

/quiet - The reverse option to '/report', i.e. do not display any messages on the action execution. (This is default option).

    Example:
      rshutpro.exe /shutdown:"Comp1,Comp2" /quiet
      Send shutdown command on the computers Comp1 and Comp2, do not display any results.

/license:"filename.key" - Enter license key.

/monitor:[low|on|off] - Set monitor power saving mode.

    Examples:
      rshutpro.exe /monitor:low
      Set monitor to low power saving mode. The monitor should support this feature.

      rshutpro.exe /monitor:on
      Wake up monitor from power saving mode or stop screen saver execution.

      rshutpro.exe /monitor:off /start:"Comp1"
      Off monitor on the Comp1 computer.

/saver[:pc_list] - Start default screen saver (if enabled in Windows).

    Examples:
      rshutpro.exe /saver
      Start screen saver.

      rshutpro.exe /saver:Comp1
      (the same will do the command rshutpro.exe /saver /start:Comp1)
      Start screen saver on the Comp1 PC.

/autostart , /noautostart - Set or clear autorun for RSHUT PRO.

    Example:
      rshutpro.exe /autostart
      Enable auto-start for RSHUT PRO on local computer when Windows starts. It uses "RunServices" section in registry while running on Windows 9x/ME or sets "system service" while running Windows NT/2000/XP.

/execute:"command" - Execute command on remote computer(s).

    Example:
      rshutpro.exe /execute:"backup.exe /begin" /start:Comp1
      Start the program "backup.exe" on the Comp1 with the parameter "/begin".

/reboot[:pc_list] - Reboot local or remote computer(s).

    Examples:
      rshutpro.exe /reboot /timeout:60
      Reboot the local computer when 60 seconds leave.

      rshutpro.exe /reboot:"Comp1,Comp2"
      rshutpro.exe /reboot /start:"Comp1,Comp2"
      Reboot the computers Comp1 and Comp2.

/shutdown[:pc_list] - Shutdown local or remote computer(s).

    Examples:
      rshutpro.exe /shutdown /terminate
      Shutdown the local computer immediately, terminates (not finish) all processes running.

      rshutpro.exe /shutdown:"Comp1,Comp2" /message:"Lets go home" /timeout:600
      Shutdown the computers Comp1 and Comp2 with the message.

/poweroff[:pc_list] - Shutdown and power off local or remote computer(s).

    Examples:
      rshutpro.exe /poweroff /forceif
      Shutdown the local computer immediately, terminating any programs that hungs. Then powering the computers off.

      rshutpro.exe /poweroff:"Comp1,Comp2" /message:"lunch.txt" /timeout:60
      Shutdown the computers Comp1 and Comp2 with a message taken from the file "lunch.txt".

/logoff[:pc_list] - Log off local or remote computer(s).

    Examples:
      rshutpro.exe /logoff
      Log off local computer.

      rshutpro.exe /logoff:"Comp1,Comp2"
      rshutpro.exe /logoff /start:"Comp1,Comp2"
      Log off the computers Comp1 and Comp2.

/suspend[:pc_list] - Suspend local or remote computer(s).

    Examples:
      rshutpro.exe /suspend
      Suspend local computer.

      rshutpro.exe /suspend:"Comp1,Comp2"
      rshutpro.exe /suspend /start:"Comp1,Comp2"
      Suspend the computers Comp1 and Comp2.

/hibernate[:pc_list] - Hibernate local or remote computer(s).

    Examples:
      rshutpro.exe /suspend
      Hibernate local computer.

      rshutpro.exe /suspend:"Comp1,Comp2"
      rshutpro.exe /suspend /start:"Comp1,Comp2"
      Hibernate the computers Comp1 and Comp2.

/lock[:pc_list] - Lock local or remote computer(s) (available only in Windown NT/2K/XP, in Windows 9x/ME screen saver will be started instead).

    Examples:
      rshutpro.exe /lock
      Suspend local computer.

      rshutpro.exe /lock:"Comp1"
      rshutpro.exe /lock /start:"Comp1"
      Lock the computer Comp1.

/wol[:pc_list] - Wake up remote computers over network.

    Examples:
      rshutpro.exe /wol:"Comp1"
      rshutpro.exe /wol /start:"Comp1"
      Wake up the computer Comp1 over network using WOL packet.

/mac:MAC_address - MAC address of PC you are sending Wake-On-LAN request. Upon execution RSHUT PRO will remember the MAC for this PC so later you can do Wake-On-LAN action without MAC. (You can get know MAC address of remote PC with "ipconfig.exe /all" command on that PC, MAC address will be displayed in the field "Physical Address" like this "00-50-56-AB-01-0A".)

    Examples:
      rshutpro.exe /wol:"Comp1" /mac:005056ab010a
      rshutpro.exe /wol /start:"Comp1" /mac:005056ab010a
      Wake up "Comp1" PC over network. Here MAC address of "Comp1" is 005056ab010a.

/save - save all RSHUT PRO settings to REGISTRY.DUP file.

    Examples:
      rshutpro.exe /save
      Saves all RSHUT's registry settings to the REGISTRY.DUP file located in the RSHUT directory.

Process termination options:

/close - default option. Each application recieve request to finish task and should exit. However any application can deny it request or pop-up with a dialog like "Save as..". You can try to avoid such behaviour with keys press emulation.
    Example:
      rshutpro.exe /shutdown /close

/force - unlike previous option system does not send 'finish task' message to any process. This can cause running applications to lose unsaved data.

    Example:
      rshutpro.exe /shutdown /force

/forceif - force processes to terminate if they do not respond to the 'finish' message. Works in Windows 2000/XP only.

    Example:
      rshutpro.exe /shutdown /forceif

/terminate - force to terminate processes. It is unsafe to terminate any processes in system since it can hung up PC. RSHUT Pro has default list of processes that should not be terminated to correctly shutdown Windows but you can modify it depend on your system configuration.

    Example:
      rshutpro.exe /shutdown /terminate




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