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We are having a problem with our terminal service clients. I know it sounds ridiculus but they sometimes reboot the server by accident during their session. Is there any way of preventing this, such as a policy?
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I would just enable a group policy removing the shutdown button to users that don't have an Admin account.

Go into Group Policy>User Configuration>Administrative Templates>Start Menu and Taskbar
Double click on: Remove and prevent access to the shutdown command.  And click enable.

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Also you might want think about breaking their fingers… Just kidding =P

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i didn't see that policy. I'll just set it as a local policy on the server. Thanks!    they are too far away to break their fingers..... terminal server clients. but it is a good idea.
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