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Adding a "Disconnect" button to Window7 Start Menu

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Is there a way we could add a "Disconnect" button to Window7 Start Menu via group policy?

Any help is much appreciated.
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Question by:Khojal
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It will only show in your power options when connected remotely and there is no hex value to enable it. Windows-L (lock) will do it or just close the window
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Is there something different that you would like to disconnect from?
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