|Trouble with Logoff button, RDP and Windows 7 style
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|Author:||Ted [ Sun Jan 20, 2013 12:22 pm ]|
|Post subject:||Trouble with Logoff button, RDP and Windows 7 style|
I have a problem with the Classic Start Menu V3.6.5 on a Windows Server 2008 R2 to which I connect via remote desktop.
In with the Start Menu Style "Windows Classic" everything is fine (and also in the original Microsoft Start Menu of Windows 2008):
I have a logoff button and also the option to disconnect.
But if I change to "Windows 7 Style" this options are gone:
The only option is to use "Windows-Sicherheit" (Windows security) to log off or disconnect. But this is an awkward way to do so.
My settings of classic start menu don't show me a reason for the missing buttons:
How can I solve this problem? Is anything in the settings wrong or is it a little bug in combination with the given, shut down locking group policy?
Thanks for any reply or idea,
|Author:||Ivo [ Sun Jan 20, 2013 12:33 pm ]|
|Post subject:||Re: Trouble with Logoff button, RDP and Windows 7 style|
In the Windows 7 style, logoff and disconnect are part of the shutdown menu. However it looks like a group policy is disabling the Shutdown menu.
You can manually add the missing items to the main menu using the Customize Start Menu in the settings - simply drag them from the right column into the left.
Another solution will be to clear the command of the ShutdownBoxItem (double-click on it, delete the contents of the Command: setting, also uncheck Split Button Item at the bottom). This will enable the menu (because it is no longer associated with the forbidden shutdown_box command)
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