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We have a SuperMicro 7044H-32R that we just installed with Windows 2003 SBS.  Everything went great except that we cannot get it to do an auto shutdown.  We believe this is due to a missing driver for the AMI MG9072 SCSI Enclosure.

When we shutdown manually, it seems to work just fine.

We contacted SuperMicro who sent us a 2kb driver that does not install.

Anyone run into this or have an idea of what to do?  
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There are few options to fix/avoid this problem:
 
1.  Shutdown Exchange services by using a batch command, before you shutdown the server.
 
       The following command can be used:
 
          net stop "Microsoft Exchange System Attendant" /y
 
2. Stop "WinHTTP Web Proxy Auto-Discovery Service" service manually, before you shutdown the server.
 
        The following command can be used:
 
          net stop "WinHTTP Web Proxy Auto-Discovery Service" /y
 
3. Decrease the value of "WaitToKillServiceTimeout" in the registry:
 
         HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\WaitToKillServiceTimeout
 
       The default value of "WaitToKillServiceTimeout" are: 600000 and should be changed to lower number.
 
       This value should be found by experiments and may impact other services in the system and this change is not
 
       supported by Microsoft.
 
4. Change the location of Exchange database to other partition then system partition.
 
Note: If the problem occur on Windows Small Business Server 2003, please review:
 
           http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=827610
 
5. Review: Faster reboot on Exchange Server 2003 servers that are also Domain Controllers knowlagebase:
 
         http://support.microsoft.com/kb/555526
 
Note: You may need to install the latest Exchange 2003 Service Pack to reslove  
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by:hydrazi
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I am going to try some of these and get back to you!
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None of these worked.  Thanks for trying.
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