Want the system to reboot immed after stopping services. the problem is it works well on Windows XP but not on Windows 2000. here is my script.

'If CompareGCVer("4.3.0+") Then objShell.Run SETUPAPP.strVenProdDir &"\MSutils\MSVM\javatrig.exe", 1, True ' Install MS Java VM.

' Disable screen saver.
strScreenSaveActive=objShell.RegRead(strDesktop &"ScreenSaveActive")
strSCRNSAVE=objShell.RegRead(strDesktop &"SCRNSAVE.EXE")
objShell.RegWrite strDesktop &"ScreenSaveActive", "0", "REG_SZ"
objShell.RegWrite strDesktop &"SCRNSAVE.EXE", "(None)", "REG_SZ"

Set objMarker=objFSO.CreateTextFile(strMarker) ' Create marker file.
If strSCreenSaveActive=vbNullString Then strScreenSaveActive="0"
If strSCRNSAVE=vbNullString Then strSCRNSAVE="(None)"
objMarker.WriteLine strScreenSaveActive
objMarker.WriteLine strSCRNSAVE

objShell.Run fd.strSYSUTLPath & "\sdsrbtnt.exe -d0", 2, True ' Reboot.
WScript.Sleep 30000 ' Give reboot chance to work.
WScript.Sleep 30000
WScript.Sleep 30000
WScript.Sleep 30000

Any help wld be appreciated.

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Without looking too closely at your code some reboot utilities just don't work so well. Here is how to do it via WMI.

Answered 05/25/2006 by: kkaminsk
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tnx mate.

Answered 05/30/2006 by: gizmolala
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