I'm traveling and can access my Mac Pro at home either through back to My Mac or TeamViewer. However, the Finder is frozen so I can't access the files I want. Right now, Disk Utility is also frozen and Spotlight indexing has been going on for 24h and says it has 25h to go. What can I do to bring the Mac back to life? When I restarted the computer remotely the last time, it froze on the light grey screen while ******** down and actually never shut down. So it became totally inaccessible to me. I had to have someone go to my home and force a restart with the on/off button. However, I don't have anyone that can do that now. What do you think would happen if I relaunched the Finder? If I remember correctly, this has also resulted in a totally frozen computer in the past. I've read in other forums about terminal commands for rebooting. Is there any such command or other script that will make 100% sure that it reboots? If that was available, it would probably solve my problem. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.