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Restart or Shut Down

Published: February 18, 2011

Applies To: Windows MultiPoint Server 2011

You might have to restart the host computer and all of the stations in your MultiPoint Server system if instructed after you install hardware, software, and software updates. If you have added new hardware devices to a station, you might also want to associate the hardware devices to that station. For more information about how to associate stations, see the Switch Between Modes topic.

To turn off your MultiPoint Server system’s computer safely, the computer must perform a shutdown process that closes any open programs, shuts down Windows, and turns off your computer and its associated stations. Do not just unplug or press the Power button to turn off your computer. You should shut down your computer at the end of the day and when you must install new hardware enclosed in the computer case. When adding peripheral hardware devices outside the computer case, shut down or restart the computer if instructed by the hardware manufacturer’s documentation.

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Before you restart or shut down the computer that is running MultiPoint Server, all user sessions must have ended.

To restart the computer

  1. End all user sessions. For more information about ending user sessions, see the End a User Session topic.

  2. On the Home tab, click Restart the computer.

To shut down the computer

  1. End all user sessions. For more information about ending user sessions, see the End a User Session topic.

  2. On the Home tab, click Shut down the computer.

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