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Windows 7: Hi guys local permissions

26 Mar 2010   #1
djjamieg

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
Hi guys local permissions

Im trying to use the CMD tool to communicate with another machine on my home network but keep getting access denied.

Do i have to setup some sort of permission/firewall exception between the 2 machines?

Thanks in advance


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26 Mar 2010   #2
WindowsStar

Windows 7 Enterprise (x64); Windows Server 2008 R2 (x64)
 
 

If you are trying to do a:

net use * \\MachineName\ShareName you will need to make sure that File and Printer Sharing is turned on in the Firewall on the Windows 7 machines.
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26 Mar 2010   #3
kegobeer

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

Can both computers connect via the standard Windows interface? Are they part of the same workgroup/domain/etc?
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26 Mar 2010   #4
CommonTater

XP Pro SP3 X86 / Win7 Pro X86
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by djjamieg View Post
Im trying to use the CMD tool to communicate with another machine on my home network but keep getting access denied.

Do i have to setup some sort of permission/firewall exception between the 2 machines?

Thanks in advance
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you can't use CMD to connect to another computer.

You'll probably have to use a telnet client...

What exactly are you trying to do?


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26 Mar 2010   #5
ryo

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by djjamieg View Post
Im trying to use the CMD tool to communicate with another machine on my home network but keep getting access denied.

Do i have to setup some sort of permission/firewall exception between the 2 machines?

Thanks in advance
hello..when you're want to connect with 2 mechines.
the simple is like this..
- make sure the firewall is off
- assume IP PC1 is 171.0.0.0 and IP PC2 is 171.0.0.1
so you can use run and type \\171.0.0.1

note make sure that you are sharing permission. if you're sharing printer make sure, right click on printer > properties > security, set up the permission for who allow to connect.

hope can help!!
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27 Mar 2010   #6
djjamieg

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Hey guys

Basically im trying to implement the shutdown -i command line on the computer in my study from my laptop but I get "access denied" once I ok the command.

Any ideas?
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27 Mar 2010   #7
Barman58

Windows 8.1 Pro x64 x3 + Windows 10 Preview, Ubuntu
 
 

Hi James,

Outside the box but this may be what you are looking for ....

PsShutdown

Doesn't state it works on win7 but 2000 upwards suggests so and sysinternals are updated regularly - in fact the whole suite is an essential for windows users in my opinion - and of course it's free

edit

You may also need to use the runas command to assign the needed remote permissions
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27 Mar 2010   #8
Bill2

Windows 7 x64 pro/ Windows 7 x86 Pro/ XP SP3 x86
 
 

To send such commands to other computers on the network you must have admin privileges on those computers. To determine whether you have those, Click start, click Run, then type \\yourcomputer (replace yourcomputer with the networked computer’s name) then hit enter. If you are able to access the computer you will be able to send shutdown commands to it. If you are denied access, you don’t have administrative privileges and you won’t be able to.
The computer sending the shutdown command must be logged in as a user with administrative privileges on the computer receiving that command. The user name and password have to match on both computers.
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27 Mar 2010   #9
CommonTater

XP Pro SP3 X86 / Win7 Pro X86
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by djjamieg View Post
Hey guys

Basically im trying to implement the shutdown -i command line on the computer in my study from my laptop but I get "access denied" once I ok the command.

Any ideas?
Ok... simple alternative... On the the Study machine enable Remote Desktop.

From the laptop, click on Remote Desktop and log into the other machine. Then in the "virtual desktop" click start/shutdown...

The nice part of this is with remote desktop you can also run programs, do a lot of maintenance and even install/uninstall software from remote locations.
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27 Mar 2010   #10
WindowsStar

Windows 7 Enterprise (x64); Windows Server 2008 R2 (x64)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by djjamieg View Post
Hey guys

Basically im trying to implement the shutdown -i command line on the computer in my study from my laptop but I get "access denied" once I ok the command.

Any ideas?
Make sure you have the firewall settings correct on the remote machine. That is that File and Printer Sharing is allowed.

Then type:
Code:
 
net use \\ComputerName\ipc$
Enter a user name that has Administrator Rights
Enter the password.

Then type:
Code:
  
shutdown -i
Pick the machine or manually add it. Check all the setting you want and then click ok.

That will shutdown the remote machine.
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