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Reboot Machines

January 4, 2010



>>Script Language and Platform: MS-DOS Batch File
This batch file will reboot machines.

Pre-requisite:

a. Windows 2003 machine
b. Login or the scheduled job that runs this reboot.bat should have admin access to all the machines
Steps:
1. Step1: Create D:\scripts\reboot\serverlist.txt and the list all the machines that you want to reboot.
Example: MyServer
SQL1Prod
SQL1QA
DOTNET1a

2. Step2: Create D:\scripts\reboot\reboot.bat

REM Objective: TO reboot all the 
  machines listed in D:\script\reboot\serverlist.txt
REM Created by : MAK
REM Created Date: Jan 5, 2005
REM Save this file as 
  D:\scripts\reboot\reboot.bat
for /f "tokens=1,2,3" %%i in 
 (D:\scripts\reboot\serverlist.txt) 
 do c:\windows\system32\shutdown.exe /m \\%%i /r /f /c 
 "You machine is going to be restarted in 10 minutes" /t 600

3. Step3: Create D:\scripts\reboot\Abortreboot.bat

REM Objective: TO abort reboot on all the machine listed in 
  D:\script\reboot\serverlist.txt
REM Created by : MAK
REM Created Date: Jan 5, 2005
REM Save this file as D:\scripts\reboot\abortreboot.bat
for /f "tokens=1,2,3" %%i in 
  (D:\scripts\reboot\serverlist.txt) 
  do c:\windows\system32\shutdown.exe /a /m \\%%i 

Author: MAK


Download Script:
reboot.bat_


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