I have a handful of Windows XP workstations available for public use. They are configured to autologin at startup.
However, for some reason when some users finish using the workstation, they have the annoying habit of going to the Start menu, clicking the shutdown button, and selecting "logoff". So, the next person who wants to use the computer is unable to because they can't log in.
Is there a way to remove the logoff option in the shutdown dialog?
The logoff button is already hidden on the Start menu.
I do not want to disable logoff entirely. I would still like to access it from the Ctrl+Alt+Del window to perform maintenance tasks as another user.