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Computers needing a restart

Created: 15 Jan 2014 • Updated: 01 Mar 2014 | 7 comments
TheSniper's picture
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Hi

The machines which show on HOME on SEPM that needs to restart i need to restart them immediatly all of them in one shot (one command), is there any way to do so?????

Thanks

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.Brian's picture

If they're all in the same group, you can select each by holding down the SHIFT key and selecting them and than right clicking and send the command "Restart Client Computers"

If in different groups, it needs to be done one by one.

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TheSniper's picture

It is in different groups and no way to do that one by one as it is almost 160 machines :(

.Brian's picture

Yep, will be a tedious process than, sadly.

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Rafeeq's picture

That can be scheduled, may be during a patch schedule where all of them would be rebooted after patch

TheSniper's picture

Sorry but i dont get you Rafeeq, would you elaborate more on your point, thanks

.Brian's picture

He's just saying that when you go to patch your machines, you can schedule the reboot of the client at this time.

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TheSniper's picture

I found the solution which is using domain admin start cmd then type (shutdown -i) then put the computer names with a time for the user to save his documents and it worked perfect for me

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