I want Windows XP users can change power profile scheme

I want windows xp users can change power profile with powercfg.exe command or from control panel.

Any idea?

Thank you in advance.
BrunoyAsked:
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Rob StoneCommented:
You can check this out and see if it works, I've not tested it though so use a test machine first.

http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/135604-45-change-power-profile-administrator

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BrunoyAuthor Commented:
Opening regedit,

\\HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\ Controls Folder\Powercfg

if you add INTERACTIVE GROUP to GlobalPowerPolicy and PowerPolicies Keys, and if you add "set value" and "create subkey" permissions, you can change power scheme from windows control panel.

But I can't create a new power scheme with powercfg.exe.
MuthurajCommented:
Please provide the steps done by you..that will help us to get the Correct Figure
BrunoyAuthor Commented:
I gave all permissions to INTERACTIVE group (logged users) in these subkeys:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Power
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\ControlsFolder\PowerCfg

as Stoner79 url link said.

When I lauch these commands:

powercfg.exe /setactive 0 /numerical

powercfg.exe /delete myenergy
powercfg.exe /create myenergy

powercfg.exe /change myenergy /monitor-timeout-ac 10
powercfg.exe /change myenergy /monitor-timeout-dc 5

powercfg.exe /change myenergy /disk-timeout-ac 20
powercfg.exe /change myenergy /disk-timeout-dc 10

powercfg.exe /change myenergy /standby-timeout-ac 15
powercfg.exe /change myenergy /standby-timeout-dc 10

powercfg.exe /setactive myenergy

powercfg.exe /hibernate on

powercfg.exe /change myenergy /hibernate-timeout-ac 25
powercfg.exe /change myenergy /hibernate-timeout-dc 20

powercfg.exe /setactive myenergy
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It's all right EXCEPT that:
powercfg.exe /hibernate on

ERROR: "El Cliente no dispone de un privilegio requerido".
Traduction: Cliente hasn't a required privilege.

NOTE: I can't access an important link of article recommended by Stoner79.
Link "http://groups.google.com/groups?threadm=uEgNmYgsDHA.3536%40tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl" gave me an error:
The server encountered a temporary error and could not complete your request.

Thank you very much
BrunoyAuthor Commented:
The solution explains that registry keys must be changed is we want a user can change power profile, but it don't explicate how change permissions from a bat/cmd/batch script.
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