Quote: Originally Posted by benjy206
You can go to the computer and go to this: You can disable this in the Local/Domain Security Policy.
Local Policies -> User Rights Assignment -> Shutdown the System.
This will stop anyone if you remove every user from this.
Unfortunately that didn't work.
It's my Staff machine which is what I am using in the techie office. I have access to AD n' such on in order to resolve issues and I need to be able to remote into my computer from other accounts if necessary to resolve account issues.
Because I don't know how to stop their remote shutdown commands via CMD they are doing it as a prank and I have no idea to stop it. I have tried removing the users on the local shutdown policy but that didn't work. Would I be correct in assuming that it is because the group policies are applied through AD?!? Just to note, that the group policies are infact applied through AD here.