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Re: [rhelv6-list] how to remove 'shot down' from system menu?

Hi Alois,

I'm not sure there is a way to remove that, and I'm not sure it makes too 
much sense to look too hard for it, either, since when someone is sitting 
right in front of a computer, they can (a) shut it down from the login screen,
or (b) press the power button or (c) unplug the power cord, so in my mind
it doesn't much matter if you eliminate one way to shut it down when 
there are several other you can't eliminate.

Just my 2c,


Alois Treindl <alois astro ch> wrote:

> I have recently installed RHEL6 with GNOME desktop.
> In each user's menu appeasr under the entry 'System' also to item 'Shut 
> down'
> I would like to remove this item for all users except root.
> In fact normal users can use this link to shut down the system, they are 
> not asked for root password. I do not know how this can happen?
> Where can I at least configure that they are asked the root password for 
> shutdown?
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