How to cancel the Windows 2003 shutdown prompt

1. Edit Group Policy
Open "Start" - "Run", enter "gpedit.msc" command in the "Open" column to open the Group Policy Editor, Expand Computer Configuration→Administrative Templates→System, double-click “Show 'Close Event Tracker'” in the right window, and change “Unconfigured” to “Disabled”.
2, modify the registry
Open "Start" → "Run", enter the "Regedit" command in the "Run" column to open the Registry Editor, and then open HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\\SOFTWARE\\Policies\\Microsoft\\Windows NT, create a new item, name it "Reliability", and then create a new DWORD value in the right window, named "ShutdownReasonOn", set its value to 0. That's it.
3, power supply settings

Power settings are the easiest, as long as you open the "Start" "Control Panel" "Power Options", the "Computer Options Properties" point appears Select the "Advanced" tab, set "When the computer power button is pressed" to "Shutdown", and then press "OK" to complete. When you need to shut down, just directly down the power switch on the host computer or the Power button on the keyboard (requires motherboard support) to complete the shutdown action.
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