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Windows 2000 server wont log off with control alt delete

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My server quit responding to control alt delete.  If I send control alt delete, nothing happens at all.  I can still work on it.  I have to go to start shut down and log off.  I can't lock the computer down.
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Check your group policies under User Configuration>Administrative Templates>System>Logon/Logoff>Disable Lock Computer
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Thankyou that was the answer.
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Sweet!  Glad to help.
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