Yes you can
just bring up the command prompt and type shutdown
You should get the list of command line arguments...
The way the command behaves in XP is a little different than in Seven however the same functionality is retained.
I've used the shutdown command in my computer that records TV shows to shut off the computer after a program had been recorded.
Shutdown, when issued in Windows 7, will save the state of all running applications then shut the machine down. Powering the machine back up will return the machine, including any/all applications that were running, excluding
any external website applications, to the same state before the shutdown command was issued.If a web browser was logged into a website, that log in sessions will be terminated
and the operator will have to log back into the website once the machine is back up. I tested this with my 64 bit Windows 7 machine and that's how it functions in Windows 7.
I don't see the "PsShutdown" command listed nor does Windows 7 recognize that as a valid command.