We're about to move and where we're moving we'll have a host computer in one
bedroom and the client computer in another bedroom. Both have Windows 98
Second Edition. I'm online a lot during the night and sometimes the host
machine needs a reboot. Is there any way to send a command to the host
machine to restart Windows?
On rare occasions the program I'm using to share the internet connection
gives me a blue screen, but it's not that common. I know I probably
couldn't reboot a blue screen, but perhaps just a reboot from across the
I know there's a way to put an icon on the desktop to initiate a reboot, but
I don't think it would work across a network. Seems like I've tried making
shortcuts to image files across a network and they didn't work, but I could
My sister wouldn't appreciate it too much if I barge into her bedroom at 3
in the morning to reboot her computer.
BTW, I already have TweakUI set up to automatically log into the network so
that's not a problem. Of course, sometimes it doesn't work, but that's a
whole 'nother problem.
Thanks for the advice,