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Someone initiated the accidental shutdown on my server.  However, the start->shutdown is disabled in GPO on all my servers.  The only way to initiate is from the command line shutdown /r /t:000
Another way someone could accidentally clicked on one of these windows update popups. But why in the event log it says >> for the following reason: Operating System: Recovery (Planned)
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The process wuauclt.exe has initiated the restart of computer SERVERNAME on behalf of user DOMAINNAME\username for the following reason: Operating System: Recovery (Planned)
 Reason Code: 0x80020002
 Shutdown Type: restart
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