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    Log on causing shutdown box

    Hello people,

    Having a problem with the web server here holding joomla.

    When i type in the username and password (Local or Remotely) when i press enter it is prompting the shutdown box where i have to type the reason for shutdown.

    Has anyone come across this problem?

    Thanks
    Peter

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    Is the box asking you to shutdown or is it just asking for the reason the server last shutdown (i.e. it shutdown unexpectedly and wants to know why)?

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    Asking why *slaps forehead*.

    Oh well, atleast its friday.

    Cheers Mate

    Peter

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    HI

    Is this a windows one or a linux one. If its windows try booting into safe mode and see if you can get in.

    Richard

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    Sorry I forgot if the server is windows and on the domain. Open event viewer on another machine on the network logged in as a domain admin and click action and connect to another computer and have a look at the eventlog that might give you a clue



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