A few problems concerning CTRL+ALT+DEL & ALT+F4.

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    f14tomcat said:
    I found Switch User. From SevenForums tut:

    Ctrl+Alt+Del and Start Menu - Add or Remove Switch User - Windows 7 Help Forums

    Win 10 group policy entry. I have NOT tried it cause I have some things running and can't do a log off/on right now.
    Thanks for the reply @f14tomcat,

    The options in that Tutorial do indeed work, but my problem is not to do with the Ctrl+Alt+Del Menu, and anyway, my Ctrl+Alt+Del Menu only has Cancel showing because I haven't found a way yet to disable the Ctrl+Alt+Del. I suppose I could setup the Power Menu Options there and use that, but I would ideally prefer using the ALT+F4 Menu to be absolutely honest!

    Thanks in advance.
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    Paul Black said:
    Thanks for the reply @f14tomcat,

    The options in that Tutorial do indeed work, but my problem is not to do with the Ctrl+Alt+Del Menu, and anyway, my Ctrl+Alt+Del Menu only has Cancel showing because I haven't found a way yet to disable the Ctrl+Alt+Del. I suppose I could setup the Power Menu Options there and use that, but I would ideally prefer using the ALT+F4 Menu to be absolutely honest!

    Thanks in advance.
    My oops. Sorry. Now that I have cleaned my glasses , look at this:

    A few problems concerning CTRL+ALT+DEL & ALT+F4.-2020-03-16_13h53_08.png

    This my ALT+F4. Hibernate is not showing, likely because I have it turned off with powercfg -h off. So, with the exception of that entry, mine matches what you are looking for.

    Where can I look on my system to find these entries for you?
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    f14tomcat said:
    My oops. Sorry. Now that I have cleaned my glasses , look at this:

    A few problems concerning CTRL+ALT+DEL & ALT+F4.-2020-03-16_13h53_08.png

    This my ALT+F4. Hibernate is not showing, likely because I have it turned off with powercfg -h off. So, with the exception of that entry, mine matches what you are looking for.
    Thanks for getting back to me @f14tomcat, that is exactly what I am after!

    I changed my Hibernation to Reduced so I could still use Fast Startup but with the reduced Hyberfile.

    I have just been through the whole Registry but I couldn't find anything relative to my problem!

    I am using a Customised ISO installation that I prepared. I have gone through the customisations that I made and I have not changed anything that would cause this as far as I can see. I have also gone through the REG tweaks that are mainly from here at TenForums and there are not any that would cause this problem either that I can see. Very strange!

    f14tomcat said:
    Where can I look on my system to find these entries for you?
    Good question!

    Thanks in advance.
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    Searching high and low, one common reg key pops up. What do you show as the sub entries for this?

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


    Mine is

    A few problems concerning CTRL+ALT+DEL & ALT+F4.-2020-03-16_14h37_22.png

    Not sure what the nodrivetypeautorun is, but doubt it is relevant. I got this key reference from:

    How to Fix Alt + F4 not Working on Windows - Appuals.com

    Article is about ALT-F4 not working at all, but thay key keeps popping up. about half way down.......
    Solution 2: Edit a Registry Entry

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    f14tomcat said:
    Searching high and low, one common reg key pops up. What do you show as the sub entries for this?
    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\ExplorerMine is
    A few problems concerning CTRL+ALT+DEL & ALT+F4.-2020-03-16_14h37_22.png
    Not sure what the nodrivetypeautorun is, but doubt it is relevant. I got this key reference from:
    How to Fix Alt + F4 not Working on Windows - Appuals.com
    Article is about ALT-F4 not working at all, but thay key keeps popping up. about half way down.......
    Solution 2: Edit a Registry Entry

    Ditto. I've seen reg fix option 2 (from Appuals.com link above) in a couple of places so far. I also have same contents in registry as TC indicated above.

    NoWinKeys addition might be worth a try. Still digging...
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    Here is mine . . .
    A few problems concerning CTRL+ALT+DEL & ALT+F4.-image.png
    I just checked out the link. The Registry change is if the ALT+F4 is not working at all.
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    Yeah, but as a test, can't hurt to add that key with a value of 0, and see if uncorks something. Can always delete it.

    As you posted before, all these options seem to stem from what is defined for the Power Button to do, with in turn are entries in whatever power plan you have.

    Mine is balanced with normal PP entries.

    A few problems concerning CTRL+ALT+DEL & ALT+F4.-2020-03-16_14h51_48.png

    A few problems concerning CTRL+ALT+DEL & ALT+F4.-2020-03-16_15h15_08.png
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    A few problems concerning CTRL+ALT+DEL & ALT+F4.-image.png
    A few problems concerning CTRL+ALT+DEL & ALT+F4.-image.png
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    If you haven't already, just for kicks, set it to Balanced, log off/on. See if it rattles anything.

    (I have a SLEEP button on my KB, might be why I have that option showing)
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    f14tomcat said:
    Yeah, but as a test, can't hurt to add that key with a value of 0, and see if uncorks something. Can always delete it.

    As you posted before, all these options seem to stem from what is defined for the Power Button to do, with in turn are entries in whatever power plan you have.
    I setup the New Key and Rebooted, No change!
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