So here I go thankfully there's the shutdown function in cmd mode
First of all you need to have access to a cmd prompt on the network for this to work.
If it's disabled you can obviously run everything from .bat files.
So first type in
This will give you all the names for all the computers on the network.
Then you want to find a target and write it down, so for example a name is //045-comproom1-05 then you will utilize that name to shutdown the computer.
Now next step is to do the following one
which will give you a gui interface and you'll be able to shutdown whichever computer you want with it, you can set a time, even throw in a funny comment like "owned" or somethin Smile.
commands you will use if you just wanna use the command interface are
shutdown -m //computername
- shutsdown the pc.
shutdown -m -c "owned"
shutdown with a comment.
logoff the user.
restart the computer.
and so on...
So thats it you are done and now u can shut down any PC connected in a network and make ur teachers fool . . Feel free to ask any doubts regarding this here . .