In AD 2003 how can i get a GPO that can disable/remove the Shutdown and all other options other than "Restart".

Posted on 2010-01-07
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In AD 2003 how can i get a GPO that can disable/remove the Shutdown and all other options other than "Restart". Just restart must be enabled for all and Only Domain administrator should have the option to shutdown.

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    You can edit group policy like that :
    computer policy >> windows settings >> security settings >> local policy >>
    user rights assignment  >> "shutdown the system"
    You must remove "users" but ensure  administrator stayed here.

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    When Connected by Mstsc The Shutdown option should not be visible even in the startmenu and Ctrl + Alt + Del

    Can i know which of these options do that
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