Running a Window 200 O/S with multiple user logins. When not logged in or logged in a most users the shutdown command results in a Reboot rather than a power down
as required. I have checked the registry and the shutdown setting is "1" Only when logged in as administrator can I get it to power down. there is one setting under [HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVe rsionExplorer] "Shutdown Setting"=dword:00000004 & "Reason Setting"=dword:00000005 but I do not know
what effect these have and what the possible values can be and or if this has any significance.
Further at one time I was aware of a Icon you could put on the main screen to shutdown the PC to the Ready to power down state, but I forget how.
The main issue is what registry setting has got altered such that a general user can not shutdown before or after logging in.