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Access Denied help in simple terms

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#1 InsaneBear


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Posted 13 December 2014 - 10:41 PM

So I'm trying to learn how to remote shutdown on computers on your network/wifi mainly for pranks on my family and stuff but I'm currently trying to do it from my pc to shutdown my laptop to learn how to do it but I get access denied.<5> when I try so if you guys (or gals) know how to fix this and do it in simple mans terms I'm not stupid with computers but I'm sort of new to this whole in depth thing lol sorry if you can't understand what I'm saying


ps the way I'm going about this is with cmd and what I'm doing is typing net view, ping (laptop name), shutdown -i, add ip in brackets then ok

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#2 boopme


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Posted 13 December 2014 - 11:06 PM

Sorry,but this site is for healing computer issues. We do not want to help you make problems for computer users. Besides that it is just an annoying thing to do to someone. Perhaps you could find something constructive to do with your talents.

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