I know the code, but being locked out

I have an issue with accessing the Intel CPU though Windows 10. I know many programing languages and I simply wish to send 0x6 to port 0xcf9 (a warm reset) where the CPU resets without a power cycle. My Linux machines can do this without issue and it is much faster and less abusive on the hardware. I am a bit annoyed that I seem to be less “in control” of my own hardware when working with Windows OS. I don’t need a lecture on system security. I need to know, if this is at all possible for a Windows machine or should I separate the Windows OS from the main server, because it sure doesn’t like to play nice with the other children?

Opinion appreciated, examples welcomed, and a solution needed.

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