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By vishal6480 ·
I have a problem with one PC running on Win2K Advanced Server. During shutdown the PC gives an error that it cannot be shutdown due improper administrator Rights.I have cheched in computer Management the Local Users & Groups Option becomes disabled and appears with red indicator. There are no user list. I have to reboot the PC to ovewrcome this problem Please tell me why this problem is arising & the troubleshooting required

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by Blackcurrant In reply to Shut Down Problem

Hi

Is the PC running the server OS? If so, and you have a domain setup, then you will not be able to access any user data from the 'Manage' console. Click Start>Administrative Tools>Active Directory Users and Computers instead.

If it is not running the server OS, then you should look in the event log and see what errors are being logged.

Also, what is the exact error you receive?

Good luck

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by CG IT In reply to Shut Down Problem

In administrative tools, local security policy, user rights assignment, shut down the system. There will be a list of user security groups who have this right. If your account is not a member of this security group, you will not be able to shutdown the system.

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by CG IT In reply to

this is for the local machine and that you are logged on locally. If this machine is a member of a domain and you log on to the domain, changing this local machine policy will not have an effect if domain policy prohibits the user groups who have the right to shut down the computer.

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