1. Home
  2. Knowledge Base
  3. Getting Started
  4. How to Restart Windows Server / VPS ? (4 Methods)

How to Restart Windows Server / VPS ? (4 Methods)

Generally, administrators use the servers for an extensive time period due to which system gets unstable or lags a bit, even the primary application by windows gets unstable. The best solution to refresh your system, just to reboot the Windows Server.

In this article, we will learn about different ways about How to Restart / Reboot Windows Server / VPS?


Restart Windows Server / VPS Using Hyonix Portal

1. Login to Hyonix Portal with a registered email address & password.

hyonix login

2. Navigate to VPS/Server Control Panel by clicking on “⚙️”.

navigate to server settings

3. Now click on “Power Options” → Click on “Restart“.

open-power-options-and-select-restart


Restart Windows Server / VPS Using cmd

1. Login to Windows Server, search and open as an Administrator cmd“.

search-and-select-command-prompt

2. Type the below command in the command prompt → Enter,

shutdown –r

(-r will restart the windows server)

type-shutdown-r-to-restart


Restart Windows Server / VPS Using Command PowerShell

1. Login to Windows Server, search and open as an Administrator Powershell“.

how-to-restart-windows-vps-server

2. Type the below command in the PowerShell,

Restart-Computer

restart-windows-server-vps-using-powershell

Powershell will restart the computer after 5 seconds by default, you can adjust the time -delay 15 in the above command,

For example: Restart-Computer -delay 25 (This will delay restart operation for 25 seconds).

delay-restart-of-windows-in-powershell-using-delay-argument


Restart Windows Server / VPS Using Windows Start

1. Login to Windows Server, click on the Start button.

navigate-to-windows-start-button-to-restart-the-windows-vps-server

2. Click on the Power button, select Restart.

restart your windows server to apply changes


Updated on October 10, 2021

Was this article helpful?

Need Support?
Can't find the answer you're looking for? Don't worry we're here to help!
CONTACT SUPPORT