Okay, let's say you run a small office with a couple servers -- you're the administrator but you're frequently out of the office. Let's say that three times out of the year one of the servers does something wonky and the only way to "fix" it is to let one of your employees reboot the system.
How do you deal with this from a security standpoint?
Do you give that user the admin credentials and hope for the best? Do you change the system policy to allow shutdown without login from the console? What would you suggest?