You could try a netconfig job to shut down these ports. You could create an AhHoc template with the commands you want to run on your devices. The only challenge might be that if the commands are different on each device, you would need to run a different job for each device. Still much easier than CLI.
You could also use CiscoView to shut down ports via the GUI one by one
thanks davis... but that does not solve my issue. What you suggest is similar to going to "each" switch individually. as I mentioned my switches have different ports that are "down", so I cannot create an adhoc template to shut many switches at one time. I have to do it manually to each switch.
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