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Eject Zip Disk(all removeable media if possible) on PC Shutdown

Posted on 2004-08-05
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I support a Server 2000/Windows 2000 domain network.  We are having a problem with users leaving Zip disks (mainly) and other removeable media in their PC at the end of the workday.  

Is there a feature in Windows 2000 that I can activate or third party software that I can install for all Network PC users that will eject Zip Disks and/or other removeable media upon PC shutdown?

Thanx-in-Advance!
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Iomega has software that does this, but note Microsoft's reply: http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=265488
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