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This is my first post so I will apologise now if I don't set anything out correctly.

When attempting to perform the ctrl+alt+del function I get the message "Task Manager has been disabled by your administrator" appearing in a box with an "ok" button to press.

I have performed a search on this site, but the answers seemed quite technical and I wasn't sure if some of the actions would be relevant to my scenario so I would appreciate any help.

Thanks in advance!
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