This article is for sysadmins who know better, wanting to Shut down or Restart (or even enter Sleep) over RDP anyway.
At left, user clicked on Start, Power, then has three choices. Using RDP at right, choices are rather limited.
Using Command Prompt
Open a Command Prompt
a. To initiate a Shut down, type:
shutdown /s /t 0
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The most aesthetic part of windows 10 is the spotlight images on login screen. Few of them were really too mind blowing that I wanted to save and keep it as a wallpaper! So, here’s the hack on how to do it-
Navigate to the following folder (or just copy the path below and paste it into the File Explorer address bar):
Note that the %userprofile% part of that path automatically jumps you to the user folder for the currently logged in user (by default at C:\Users\<username> ). In the folder, you’re going to see a whole bunch of files with long, meaningless file names and no extensions. Some of these are the image files you’re looking for; many are not.
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Very weird fix. But it works. Her it goes.
1. Open the command prompt properties dialogue as below-
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