5.On the Create Basic Task page, type Auto Shutdown in the Name filed, click Next.
6.On the Task Trigger page, select when do you want the Task to start, in my case is One time, click Next.
7.On the One Time page, select the start date and time, click Next.
8.On the Action page, select Start a program, click Next.
9.On the Start a Program page, type C:\Windows\SysWOW64\shutdown in Program/script filed, type -s -t 20 in Add arguments (optional) field, Here -s is for Shutdown, “-t” is for Timing and after that the seconds are given, if you would like to do reboot server not shutdown, you just need to change -s to -r, click Next.
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