Disable Shutdown in guest and Log on screen


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Guest

Hi

Does anybody knows how to disable the shutdown, restart or hibernate function in the guest account and the Logon screen? I'm using Windows XP Home Edition and I am the administrator. Please help me because this computer will be used by many guests and i don't want that they can stop my kazaa downloads by shutting the computer down. One more thing, is it thru that the internet connection will be disconnected if I turn the computer to standby

Please help me!!!

Thanks in advance
Firqin
 
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R

Rehan

Start->Run.
Type: secpol.msc
and press OK

This opens the Local Security Settings

Goto: Security Settings->Local policies->User Rights Assignment

On the right hand window locate: Shut down the system

Double click and remove Users from the list, making sure that in the
remaining items in the list you have Administrators. Apply


Rehan



Firqin said:
Hi,

Does anybody knows how to disable the shutdown, restart or hibernate
function in the guest account and the Logon screen? I'm using Windows XP
Home Edition and I am the administrator. Please help me because this
computer will be used by many guests and i don't want that they can stop my
kazaa downloads by shutting the computer down. One more thing, is it thru
that the internet connection will be disconnected if I turn the computer to
standby?
 
R

Rehan

To remove Shutdown from the logon screen:

Do the same above procedure but goto:

Security Settings->Local policies->Security Options

Locate "Shutdown: Allow system to be shutdown without having to log on"

Double click and select Disable. Apply



Rehan
 
G

Guest

windows couldn't find secpol.msc


Firqi

----- Rehan wrote: ----

To remove Shutdown from the logon screen

Do the same above procedure but goto

Security Settings->Local policies->Security Option

Locate "Shutdown: Allow system to be shutdown without having to log on

Double click and select Disable. Appl



Reha


Rehan said:
Start->Run
Type: secpol.ms
and press O
This opens the Local Security Setting
Goto: Security Settings->Local policies->User Rights Assignmen
On the right hand window locate: Shut down the syste
Double click and remove Users from the list, making sure that in th
remaining items in the list you have Administrators. Appl
 
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