No Shutdown and restart option after PC joined to Domain

5 pts.
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Domain Server
Microsoft Windows 7
Microsoft Windows Vista
Microsoft Windows XP
Windows Server 2008
Hi.
We recently setup a 2008 Server Domain in our company. When we configure PC as client of Domain server, all PCs don't have Shutdown, restart button on XP and on Vista while Windows 7 option was also disabled.
I gone through Google and updates GP but the situation is still the same.
Kindly please me some solution.


Software/Hardware used:
Server 2008 Domain

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It has to be a group policy that is doing it to you. Check the OU’s GP that the machines are in with the issue. The GP is located here:

User Configuration>Administrative Templates\Start Menu and Taskbar to enable Disable and Remove Shut Down Command and add Logoff.

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  • captainjack007
    Same Issue in my organziation too, unable to resolve the issue after updating the above policy.
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  • JustinWilson07
    A group policy must have been applied to control organizational unit. Make sure to follow the steps outlined by Micheal above.
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  • bhannah
    I agree with Michael's thoughts here. Your permissions that you are granting have to do with various levels of rights. You may also have to change or create a new template that you use to grant these rights.
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