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socasaul

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:tazz: Hi,
I am in an IT school right now, and need a fast fix. For my new exercise they fixed my computer so that after I login to windows 2000 I have 30 seconds to find and fix this issue or the PC automatically shuts down. I need help FAST for this one.. Any help out here? I only have 30 seconds to fix this issue before the computer shuts down automatically. I know it has something to do with Group Policy, but I can't figure out how to fix it in 30 seconds or less.. HELP PLEASE! ;)

Edited by socasaul, 25 May 2005 - 12:25 PM.

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are you cheating?
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are you cheating?

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No Iam using the internet for help. It is legal.. I just can't ask anyone here. Can you help?
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is the problem relative to the shutdown process? in other words, did they make the computer shut itself down and you have to find out what they did to make it do this?
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Yes.. It is something to do with group policy, but I can't figure out a fix I can do in 30 seconds.
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Ok, well id have to research also. gerry's on this forum today, perhaps he can pitch in here with his suggestions? he seems at expert level.
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Send him my way please!
thanks
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try going to the windows settings / scripts and see if they put a script there.
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