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Windows XP includes the "shutdown" command as a part of the operating system. Use the following parameters to shut down a remote computer: shutdown.exe –m \\computername. (This assumes that you have administrative rights to the remote computer.) For a full syntax, type "shutdown.exe /?" from the command line.
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