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I can not log off!! when i click on the start it does not have log off just shut down

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If you can access the RUN Command type gpedit.msc and hit enter.

The Group Policy should appear and click the User Configuration, click Administrative Templates under that submenus, click Start Menu and Taskbar.

From your right pane, double click "Remove Log-off from the Start Menu" a dialog box properties should appear and click the "Disabled" radio button, click apply and click ok.

Your Log-off button should be appearing already.

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