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shutdown option not available for user - windows 2008 member server

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setup - one domain controller, one additional domain controller and one member server running exchange 2007 for local intranet.
User x have privilledge with account operator, remote desktop user, backup operator and with domain user.
Though x is able to login domain and additional domain and have the shut down option, but when he logs into member server he is not provided with the shut down option and rather it display with disconncet and log off.

could anyone help us to resolve these?
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Do you have a Windows Security option?
You can add the shutdown by using the local policy settings.

Start > run > MMC add shaping and select group policy and then local
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Go to start run. Type in gpedit.msc on the server. Under security you should see user rights . You should find an option that says shutdown local server. Make sure the correct groups or users are listed.

Log out and log back in and you shoold me able to shut it down as the user
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