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Shut down services

How to enable welcome screen shut down services in windows 2003 server.

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    Arut selvan Apr 10, 2008

    Good, But I'm asking for windows 2003 server.

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If you are using Windows XP, follow these steps.

Open your Control Panel, click "Performance and Maintenance", and then go to "Administrative Tools". Go to "Local Security Policy".

Under 'Security Settings' -> 'Local Policies' -> 'Security Options', find "Shutdown: Allow System to be shut down without having to log on" and enable it.

That should take care of it.

Posted on Apr 09, 2008

  • Shannon Mantel Apr 10, 2008

    Alright, that one should be similar. I don't have access to that OS immediately.. (I'm not at work). It should be almost identical.

    Use your Group Policy Editor instead. Type gpedit.msc into the Run dialog box. Go to Computer Configuration, Windows Settings, Security Settings, Local Policies, Security Options. (Same path as I listed above). Look for "Allow System to be shut down without having to log on", and right click the string to change the value. Obviously, you want it to be "enabled".. That should do it!

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