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From: Clive E. Flint (clive@CLIVE.CLARA.NET)
Date: 02/01/02

Date:         Fri, 1 Feb 2002 20:07:00 -0000
From: "Clive E. Flint" <clive@CLIVE.CLARA.NET>

I have a problem with Windows XP Pro.


1. User A logs onto machine
2. User A logs off
3. User B logs on
4. Machine reboots itself
5. User B logs again, this time successfully

This seems to happen at random.
Windows Xp with hotfixes loaded running a variety of hardware with Intel PII and PIII chips

Has anyone seen this before?

there appears to be nothing in TechNet.


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