Remote Shutdown is simply the process of turning off computers from a remote location. Too many enterprises waste money running computers outside of work hours, including nights and weekends. Furthermore, after an important patch update or software installation, the target computer might be required to shutdown or reboot. With Remote Access Plus, you can effectively bring down your operating costs by remotely shutting down machines.
By adopting a policy that remotely shuts down inactive computers, organizations can bring down their operaring costs significantly. Windows remote shutdown plays a crucial role in broadcasting this message and enabling remote computers to power off. Here are some of the capabilities of Remote Access Plus:
You can complete the following tasks automatically using Remote Access Plus. You can do this by using the Schedule Shutdown tab.
Creating and Scheduling Tasks
You can create and schedule various tasks. To create and schedule a shutdown task, follow the steps given below:
You have created and deployed a task using the Schedule Shutdown tab.
Technicians find it cumbersome to backup data routinely when the system is left logged in. There might even be unsaved files open. First, this will disrupt the backup routine and second, the system might have been left unattended, which unauthorized users can take advantage of. These problems can be solved effortlessly using the Remote Access Plus - Remote Log Off feature that helps technicians in logging off end users.