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Script to diable hibernation on XP machines

Posted on 2004-10-16
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I am a network admin for a small company running approx. 70 XP machines with 2003 Domain controllers. I need a way to disable the hibernation function on all of them. Does anyone have a solution or a script?
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Hi
This is maybe worth a look,
"""Terra Novum developed EZ GPO to centrally manage power management settings on Windows client workstations using Group Policy Objects under Active Directory"""
EZ GPO SOFTWARE
http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?c=power_mgt.pr_pm_ez_gpo&layout=print

Deb :))
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If you are using a login script with that domain then you could use a built in utility "powercfg.exe".

http://support.microsoft.com/?id=324347

Simon.
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by:Jarrod731
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Just wanted to thank Debsyl99 for the Terra Novum link to the EPA Energy Star site.  I fixed my problem in 2 minutes.  I wanted to control the power scheme settings of all users signing into the domain, and it worked perfectly.
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