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8.5 The Shutdown Event Tracker 
You can use the Shutdown Event Tracker to monitor the shutdowns on their servers. A computer can be shut 
down for various reasons that fall into two broad categories: expected and unexpected shutdowns. An 
expected shutdown is one that you anticipate in response to a particular action. An expected shutdown can 
be either planned or unplanned. System administrators have control over a planned shutdown while an 
application on the server can cause an unplanned shutdown and restart automatically. An unexpected 
shutdowns cause the Windows Server 2003 systems to shut down unexpectedly. This could be due to non-
applications or operating system functions, such as a power failure. 
In Windows Server 2003, shutdown events are controlled by the Shutdown Event Tracker and 
command-line utility. The Shutdown Event Tracker tool is enabled by default but can be configured by 
using the Group Policy Object Editor. To configure Shutdown Event Tracker, do the following: 
 Click on the 
 button to display the Start Menu 
 Click on 
 In the Run text box, type 
 Then click 
 to activate the Group Policy Object Editor with the Local Computer 
Policy displayed 
 In the console tree, expand the 
 Expand the 
 Expand the 
 Expand the 
 Double-click the 
 Select the desired configuration options 
 Then click 
If the Display Shutdown Event Tracker policy is configured to display the Shutdown Event Tracker, the 
Shutdown Windows dialog box is displayed whenever the system shuts down. 

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