Auditing Windows unexpected shutdown log file

Intel Boxdg965pzmkr motherboard
November 28, 2010 at 06:07:47
Specs: Windows XP, 2.4ghz/512mb
Hello sir..
I work in a firm and incharge of my absence, some boys pull the power cables to damage computers due to personal clash with me...I have two XP and Windows server 2003..When i start server 2003, i find the message of SHUTDOWN UNEXPECTEDLY.....they not accept this and said that they have shutdown properly...and of XP, if have enabled BIOS option "on power resumed Go to previous state after power failure". i find every day, PCs starting automatically when i on the main switch...but thay never accept.
Sir please tell me where the log of unexpectedly shutdown in maintained so i can take necessary action against them with a solid proof.

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November 29, 2010 at 13:07:25
Do you have proof of your claim that boys pull plugs? Consider other reasons before you blame people. They may very well be doing it and there is no way to trouble shoot that.

Now there are places to look if the system shuts down for other reasons. One is event logs and another is dump logs if they were enabled and if the system has time to write them. Another way is to log via mmc or some other means with a remote system to log errors.

Why did it take me over a year to phone in a problem to ATT?

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