troubleshooting Question

VMWare View 3 Policies

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This is the scenario:
We have VMWare view 3 in place to manage VD that are in VMWare ESX server. That being said we have a certain group of computers that need to be rebooted when the user logs off from them.
We could do this from GPO but is there anyway to do this via the VMWare View Admin Policies (VMWare View 3)?
Thanks for any help.
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