Shutdown batch file help!!

drut's Avatar, Join Date: Jun 2008
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When I make a shortcut to:
%windir%\system32\shutdown.exe -s -t 120
When I attach it to a email it says:
"shutdown.exe", anyway to change this?
Or is there a way to change a batch file picture?
Thanks ahead of time
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asha's Avatar, Join Date: Nov 2006
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The shutdown command will only work if it's executed as an administrator. You can also make a VB app to do the same for anyone!
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7flint7's Avatar, Join Date: Jun 2008
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create a shortcut to be able to change the pic/image whatever
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drut's Avatar, Join Date: Jun 2008
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Read again my friend, it says "When I create a shortcut to:".
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7flint7's Avatar, Join Date: Jun 2008
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Originally Posted by drut
Read again my friend, it says "When I create a shortcut to:".
well my friend, you did not specify that, you just asked at the end. or i guess i didn't logically get what you meant.
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microapple's Avatar, Join Date: Jul 2008
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I'm pretty sure you have to put the shortcut in a .zip file...
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7flint7's Avatar, Join Date: Jun 2008
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Originally Posted by microapple
I'm pretty sure you have to put the shortcut in a .zip file...
exactly!!!
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drut's Avatar, Join Date: Jun 2008
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Yes, I have thought of this before, but it seems a little weird to have a zip file with only 1 or 2k memory in it. Usually people will see the amount of memory and if they aren't stupid they know that a picture is more than a couple of kilobytes.
Thanks anyway
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microapple's Avatar, Join Date: Jul 2008
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Just put some other random junk until its like 10 megabytes. The lable the shortcut INSTALLER or README or OPEN ME.