Hello everyone, first post here.
So here's the pickle: I work in a hospital with a pretty big network. Till now our help desk computers were all Win XP and were recently upgraded to Win 7.
Now in Win XP if the help desk person wanted to remote logoff a user (which happens a lot as computers are sometimes locked by a certain user but must be released) they simply remote managed that computer and clicked properties -> shutdown -> logoff and that would do the trick. In Win 7 however there is no Shutdown in Remote Manage and it's no longer possible to do this.
I was going to create a batch file using shutdown.exe but it turns out the -l trigger of that command is limited and won't allow the usage of -m in the same command.
Any other ideas?