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I have SBS 2008. When I connect with remote desktop i want the start menu to show logoff instead of shutdown like SBS 2003 does. If I need to change the Start Menu to classic is there a way to set the classic menu for remote and leave the other "regular" start menu for console access?
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Nope,  You would need to login with another account to have different profile settings (the menu is a profile setting) What you can do is make a batch file for the desktop, in which you put:

SHUTDOWN -l

Safest option I guess.
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Not the answer that I wanted, however, that is Microsoft
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