Re: Can't force users to logoff
Thank you very much for your help the idea of clicking show processes from
all users, first have worked.
I do think this very much not clear that you should do it, and really there
shouldnâ€™t be a difference between buitin domain administrator and a user
member of domain admin group.
It would be very useful to change it and make it more intuitive.
"Jimmy Brush" wrote:
> Ziv wrote:
> > I am trying to logoff users that have looked the computer.
> > In vista I click switch user, then logon as a user who is a member of domain
> > admin group. Then in task manager I click "users" tab from the list of users
> > I select the user that lock the computer and choose logoff.
> > Then I get the message "User tstaff (sessionId=2) could not be logged off.
> > Access is denied".
> > If I use the built-in domain adminisrator account then it works fine, but if
> > I use my own account which is a member of domain admin then get the error
> > message.
> > I tried to create a new account and made it a memebr of all the groups the
> > same as the domain administrator account, this new user have the same problem.
> > I looked for long on the internet and can't find an explention.
> > Many thanks
> > Ziv
> You must first give task manager permission to use your admin power.
> You can do this once task manager is started by clicking the "show
> processes from all users" button under the processes tab.
> Or, you can start task manager with admin privileges by finding it in
> the start menu or in explorer, right-clicking on it and clicking run as
> Microsoft MVP - Windows Shell/User
> Windows Vista Support FAQ - http://www.jimmah.com/vista/