Normally when Windows NT system crashes it shows a BSOD (Blue Screen of Death) screen and requires manual reboot. This is not good for most server based applications (like Web, Mail or Directory) as it will disrupt user services.
In such cases, we need to have automatic reboot enabled.
On the other hand, some of the recent systems (Vista, Windows 7, 8 etc) automatically reboot after the crash. However if the system is crashed due to remote exploit attack then you may not want it to reboot so that you will know what has happened. Also to prevent any further hacker attacks which may become successful leading to complete compromise of the system.
In both cases, Windows Auto Reboot tool will help you to easily Enable/Disable autoreboot setting as per your needs.
Being a command-line tool makes it easy to use on remote systems and also automate through scripts.
It works on both 32-bit & 64-bit platforms starting from Windows NT to Windows 8.