Unanswered: Is there any known bug that makes Windows 2000 reboot?
I got a complaint from some clients that Windows 2000 computers randomly reboot themselves when using a program I wrote and I suspect it is because Data access componants or something of the sort.
Did anyone experience a similar difficulty?
Nothing that non-Administrator user can do is supposed to result in a reboot, save an explicit command to do so. But you're gonna have to ask a lot more questions of those users to find out what's really going down here.
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