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Posted on 2007-04-02
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Hi,

When ever we restart the machine in windows 2003 it asks to enter a comment.Where can we see the comments on windows.If i need to see why some one has restarted the machine.

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Sharath
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In event viewer - Start->Run->Eventvwr - System
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It's known as "Shutdown Event Tracker" - outlined here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/293814
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         They are listed under Eventviewer>System as events usually with id 1076 show with exclamation mark. And it writes USER32 in resource tab.
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Happy to help - thanx for the grade! :^)
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