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Terminal Server shut down button

By bergerpeat ·
Hi, I have Windows NT 4 Terminal Server. At the logon window (where to put the username and password) there is the "Shutdown" button that is enabled for everyone who log on this server. So it is possible to everybody to shutdown this computer. I looked in system policies but I did not find the place to disable this button. May be its in the registry. If you know how to disable the "shutdown" button in the logon window, please tell me.

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by Joseph Moore In reply to Terminal Server shut down ...

Here you go, straight from Technet article Q243848:

1) Click Start , point to Programs , point to Administrative Tools , and then click System Policy Editor .
2) Click File , and then click Open Registry.
3) Click Windows NT System , click Logon , and then click the Enable shutdown from Authentication command on the Logon menu to remove the check mark.
Changing the System policy back to default values removes this option from all client sessions, but an administrator still has the optionto shut down the Terminal Server from the Authentication dialog box.

Here is the URL to the article:
http://support.microsoft.com/search/preview.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;Q243848
(please remove any spaces)

hope this helps

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by bergerpeat In reply to Terminal Server shut down ...

It worked, Thank you.

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