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Demande de confirmation de la cause d'arret lors d'un redémarrage du serveur RRS feed

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  • Lors d'un redémarrage du serveur soit à distance ou bien par le sheduler de l'onduleur, un ecran demande la saisie du motif de l'arrêt avant de proposer l'ouverture de session. Le serveur de fichier fonctionne et les postes peuvent se connecter mais certains services, notament NTRcommect que j'utilise pour le controle à distance, ne démarrent pas  tant que quelqu'un n'a pas saisi n'importe quoi et validé cet écran.

    Comment le supprimer ? J'avais réussi à le faire sur un serveur (auquel je n'ai plus accès) mais ne retrouve plus.

     

    Quelqu'un peut il m'aider ?

     

    Merci d'avance

    C RAGAUT

    lundi 10 novembre 2008 19:46

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  • bonsoir PROSEC,

     

    voila les istructions, tirées de: http://www.windowsnetworking.com/articles_tutorials/Disable-Shutdown-Event-Tracker-Windows-2003.html

     

     

     

    If the event tracker is of no use to you then you can disable it. To do this, open the Group Policy Object Editor Console. Go to Start > Run…, type gpedit.msc and press OK.

    Navigate to Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > System and in the right hand pane, select the “Display Shutdown Event Tracker” setting.

    Double Click this setting to open the Properties page. You are now given the option to leave it in a default state of Not Configured, set it to Always Enabled, Enabled for Servers/Workstations (Windows XP Pro) or Disabled completely (as the image below demonstrates).

    Note:
    When you enable the Group Policy for Server only, the Shutdown Event Tracker appears when you shut down a computer running Windows 2003, whereas for Workstation only, the Shutdown Event Tracker appears when a computer running Windows XP Professional is shut down.

    After you make the change to the Group Policy, open the Command Prompt and run the gpupdate /force command to refresh the policy and have your settings be applied straight away. Alternatively you can just restart the machine.

    When you next attempt to shutdown or restart the machine, the Shutdown event tracker will no longer be visible and the normal shutdown prompt will appear (as seen in the image below).

     

    cordialement,

     

    PierrE.

     

    lundi 10 novembre 2008 21:37

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  • bonsoir PROSEC,

     

    voila les istructions, tirées de: http://www.windowsnetworking.com/articles_tutorials/Disable-Shutdown-Event-Tracker-Windows-2003.html

     

     

     

    If the event tracker is of no use to you then you can disable it. To do this, open the Group Policy Object Editor Console. Go to Start > Run…, type gpedit.msc and press OK.

    Navigate to Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > System and in the right hand pane, select the “Display Shutdown Event Tracker” setting.

    Double Click this setting to open the Properties page. You are now given the option to leave it in a default state of Not Configured, set it to Always Enabled, Enabled for Servers/Workstations (Windows XP Pro) or Disabled completely (as the image below demonstrates).

    Note:
    When you enable the Group Policy for Server only, the Shutdown Event Tracker appears when you shut down a computer running Windows 2003, whereas for Workstation only, the Shutdown Event Tracker appears when a computer running Windows XP Professional is shut down.

    After you make the change to the Group Policy, open the Command Prompt and run the gpupdate /force command to refresh the policy and have your settings be applied straight away. Alternatively you can just restart the machine.

    When you next attempt to shutdown or restart the machine, the Shutdown event tracker will no longer be visible and the normal shutdown prompt will appear (as seen in the image below).

     

    cordialement,

     

    PierrE.

     

    lundi 10 novembre 2008 21:37
  • Un grand merci pour la qualité et la rapidité de la réponse ..

     

    Je vais de suite appliquer ce paramètre et pouvoir enfin redémarrer le serveur à distance

     

    C RAGAUT

    lundi 10 novembre 2008 22:36