Solved: Windows cannot find user/scripts/logoff

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archp2007

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Hello,

I am unable to shutdown or restart my XP. It doesn't even begin the shutdown process. I just get this message: 'Windows cannot find '/idlist,:480:1656,C:\windows\system32\grouppolicy\user\scripts\logoff.' I tried finding and opening this logoff folder and I find it empty. I don't know if this is normal or not. Any assistance on this issue would be very much appreciated. Thanks in advance for any replies
 

archp2007

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I happened to be looking in My Documents and I was lucky enough to find a fairly-recent registry cab file that I saved from Registry Expert Cleaner in January that I was able to restore, which put things back the way they were a couple of months ago. Things can get so easily messed up with all the junk that's out there to download. I still have a few programs to reinstall but most things are basically back to normal.
 
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