Disable shutdown event tracker warning

April 22, 2009
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Problem: unwanted display of shutdown event tracker

Working with vpc images, I some times turn off the images without caring about “clean” shut down. This enforces a warning the next time I boot. Since I some times use autologon (later post), this is annoying.

Solution: Disable “Display Shutdown Event Tracker”

1. Start “Group Policy Object Editor”

Start -> Run -> gpedit.msc:

Navigate to the setting:

Select “Disabled” and press OK:

Result: “Shutdown Event Tracker” is not displayed anymore.

Gorm Braarvig

Problem: unwanted display of shutdown event tracker

Working with vpc images, I some times turn off the images without caring about “clean” shut down. This enforces a warning the next time I boot. Since I some times use autologon (later post), this is annoying.

Solution: Disable “Display Shutdown Event Tracker”

1. Start “Group Policy Object Editor”

Start -> Run -> gpedit.msc:

Navigate to the setting:

Select “Disabled” and press OK:

Result: “Shutdown Event Tracker” is not displayed anymore.

Gorm Braarvig