Remove Windows 7 Log Off Button

Hi. How do I remove the LogOff button in the Start Menu of Windows 7 Professional? I already disabled Shutdown, Lock, and SwitchUser but for some reason I can't remove the LogOff button.

I already tried using regedit and gpedit but somehow it is still there and I can still click it.

Any other way I haven't tried yet?

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Hi C,

Not sure what you tried in the registry, but here is the fix. You can just run the compiled registry edit or do the changes manually.Here's How:

Removing through registry :

 

1. Download the following registry edit file :removestartmenulogoff

2. Double-click on the registry file and click Yes for the confirmation message.

3. Reboot your machine to see the change.

 

Or, if you prefer this can be done manually:

 

1. type "regedit" in start menu, right click and choose "run as administrator".

2. Navigate to the following key:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer

3. In the right pane, create a new DWORD value namedStartMenuLogOff and set its value to "1".

4. Close the registry

5. Reboot the machine

 

Reference:

http://www.intowindows.com/how-to-removedisable-log-off-entry-on-windows-7-start-menu/

* Note: Besides the registry walk through this link also provides an additional option to remove log off through group policy.

 

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Hope this helps,

 

Steve <> Microsoft Partner

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