GPO - for Vista Shutdown

How do i create a GPO that

when ever a user presses the shutdown command the vista  or XP workstation goes into sleep mode.

and

How do i set the worstation to wake on LAN
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sensored2008Commented:
wake on lan is  set from bios, but  you need a software  that calls the pc  when ever needed  from  shutdown or sleep mode
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BrianIT ManagerCommented:
The shutdown info can be found under the following Group Policy setting:
USER\Administrative Templates\Start Menu and Taskbar\Remove and prevent access to the Shut Down command

Brian
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McKnifeCommented:
First one: can be configured via power options which is a part of group policy preferences (GPP). GPP CSE (GPP client side extension) therefore has to be installed at each client. It can be deployed through wsus for example.
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