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Is there a default group policy that tells the PC to go into sleep mode in a domain? I have set this PC several times to keep it from going to sleep but it starts up again a few days later. I am thinking there must be a default policy that keeps telling it to go to sleep
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Unfortunately, I don't think there are any native GPO's to control power mangement settings. However, you can go here to get an add-in that will allow you to configure them the way you want and push it out as a group policy. Make sure you also get the install instructions and the FAQ.

http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?c=power_mgt.pr_power_mgt_ez_gpo
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