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Windows 7: Auto shutdown when network cable is unplugged


11 Aug 2010   #1

Windows 7 Enterprise (34-bit)
 
 
Auto shutdown when network cable is unplugged

We have a program called NetControl 2 installed on over 10 computers at a school to monitor whats going on.

One of the issues we are facing is that the students have worked out that they can load their games (not allowed) and then pull the network cable out from the back of the desktop.

I am looking for a solution that forces the computer to shut down when said plug has been pulled out, preferable one that can be deployed via group policy. Any ideas?

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