Remote Shutdown Daemon

Remote Shutdown Daemon 1.0 + Crack Serial

The Remote Shutdown Daemon application was designed to be a small tool that provides a method of remotely shutting down a computer either on a LAN or over the internet. There are two executable files, the daemon and the client.

Remote Shutdown Daemon

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Remote Shutdown Daemon uses port 81 by default. You can "Stop Listening" and then change the port number if required to any valid port number (1 to 65535). Just remember you will need to know the port number you assigned for the client. The "Max Clients" allows you to restrict the number of uses that can connect.

If you have a mystery connection you can attempt to send a message to all connections by typing your message into the "Data" edit box and pressing "Send To All"

Very Important - You must change the "Secret Code" as the default setting of "Change Me Now!!!" will not allow the daemon to shut down the computer from the client until this has been changed.

File Size: 686 KB Downloads: 4896
Added: May 4th 2009 User rating: 2.5
Supported Operating System: Win All

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