Running server 2008 R2 domain, with window 7 prof clients. Many users came today complaingint that someone is remotely shutting their machines down. What can be safely set into the AD so that no one can shutdown my client machines.
In the domain or local GPO you can control exactly which users can or cannot shutdown the computer.
Computer Configuration \ Windows Settings \ Security Settings \ Local Policies \ User Rights Assignments
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