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Local Security Setttings on win2k3 sp2 server

Posted on 2015-01-07
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In local security settings -> Local policies ->user rights assignment -> Force shutdown from a remote system

I can't remove accounts. They're greyed out. This is on about 15% of our servers the rest of our servers are fine.
Anyone run into this before?

Our domain functional level is 2003. Please see screenshot attached.
Thanks!
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That doesn't answer my question.  That says greed out shutdown button...
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If it is greyed out it probably means that it is being set by group policy.  Group policy is the best place to change this
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