I have a PC encased in a box, so the power switch is not accessible. I want to set it to have the old style "you can now shutdown your pc" screen. The reason is that if an user accidentally shutdown it, he can just unplug it and then it will turn it on again thanks to the "turn on after power loss" setting in BIOS. Otherwise the user needs to take a screwdriver and open the box.
There's a group policy called "Do not turn off system power after a Windows system shutdown has occurred". But it doesn't do anything, when I shutdown Windows, the PC turns off.
There used to be an hotfix for Windows 7, but now it's no more available.