Prof Shutdown enables an administrator to schedule power management jobs to be executed on a local machine or multiple remote machines in a network. In the latter case, the tool is able to service up to 1,000 machines all together at a specified time.
A local machine can be scheduled to shutdown, hibernate, reboot, standby, log off current user session, lock computer, wake up from hibernate or standby mode, and display a popup message dialog. More Info »
Networked machines can be scheduled to shutdown, reboot, hibernate, log off and wake up. Other major features include log file maintenance, command line support, and no need for a remote client installation.
Scheduling a job is easy and requires no special knowledge. Prof Shutdown offers a wizard-style scheduler that can guide you through all the steps in a point-and-click manner.