Shutdown menu option from the start menu can be hidden it is possible. If you however get caught Sby your manager or college system administrator, and get whipped in your ass, I cannot be held responsible.This tool is a inbuilt tool present in windows XP, just like msgconfig. So you got to execute this command using run.
1 . Start ->run and type gpedit.mscThe gpedit stands for group policy and you can do wonders using this. Also if you a minute with your pal’s system and this pal tries to flirt your girl friend – You can make a lot of changes to his system in the time he leaves you alone with his system, to have him go bonkers. 2. User configuration -> administrative Templates -> start menu and taskbar ->3. This option opens up a pane on the right hand side. Identify the option named – Remove SHUT DOWN on the start menu . 4. Double click Remove SHUT DOWN on the start menu option 5. A small screen pops up and you may like to read about the explanation in the EXPLAIN TAB before you change the settings. 6. Just change the radio button TO ENABLED and say apply. 7. DONE. No need to log off or restart the system. (You may however have to find a way to restart your system.) 8. This option disables the log off option from the system. From the start menu, also from the life saver – three buttons CTRL – ALT – DEL options.This option goes well with the HIDING THE LOG OFF FROM START MENU…(To shut down ur system:-without using frm shut down menu)The solution is that u can switch user thru task manager (alt+ctrl+del) or by pressing winkey+L where u get the option to turn off ur compy/restart/stand by. or u may create a shortcut using this shortcut location to shutdown ur sys%windir%\system32\shutdown.exe -sto restart, u can use this shortcut%windir%\system32\shutdown.exe -r