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no shutdown in Terminal Services session

By tommydigital ·
How I do prevent Terminal Users from have the option of shutting down the server?

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by TimTheToolMan In reply to no shutdown in Terminal S ...

Hi,

Take a look at the following....

http://www.winguides.com/registry/display.php/146/
(remove spaces from above URL)

Cheers,
Tim.

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by Shanghai Sam In reply to no shutdown in Terminal S ...

Here's what got the job done for me since my server is a dedicated server which is not a member of a domain and not using active directory.

1. Click Start> Programs> Administrative Tools> Local Security Policy
2. Local Policies
3. User Right Assignment
4. Scroll to Shut Down the System
5. Uncheck Users group.

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by JDA-CPA In reply to no shutdown in Terminal S ...

This is a policy setting in Windows 2000 Server policy editor in Active Directory. Open the policy mmc and find the policy for the OU you are using for the users who you do not want to have this policy. Scroll through the policies until you find the disable shutdown button and you then enable the policy.

Should solve your problem.

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by Shanghai Sam In reply to no shutdown in Terminal S ...

Here's what got the job done for me since my server is a dedicated server which is not a member of a domain and not using active directory.

1. Click Start> Programs> Administrative Tools> Local Security Policy
2. Local Policies
3. User Right Assignment
4. Scroll to Shut Down the System
5. Uncheck Users group.

Your answer was close enough. It lead me in the right direction at least. Thanks.

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