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Hi all! First post, long time reader..

Remember how in win 98 when you were networked and a user was connected and you rebooted/logged off it would display a warning message saying "joe shmoe is connected to your computer or has files open, would you still like to reboot"? Does anyone know how to make XP do this? Seems like a simple request to me as it was natively available in win98!?!

Thanks for your answers in advance...
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