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Deep Freeze Maintenance issue

Posted on 2011-09-15
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I have a question for any Deep Freeze users out there.  Currently our workstations go into maintenance mode at 1:00am and end at 6:00am where Deep Freeze will turn the computer off.   When our instructors return to class the next day, they receive a notification that Maintenance will end in three minutes after they turn on the workstation and windows boots.  The way the software is designed, its suppose to end maintenance, and then shut down.  Anyone have any ideas?
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by:centerv
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Perhaps your clock schedule is too tight, not lettings the programs finish and close maintenance before deepfreeze kicks in.
Change your schedule some and try it.
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I found the problem. It was a combination of older Deepfreeze, plus our workstations weren't syncing time properly after all.
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I found out the problem myself.
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