Clientes Vista nunca hibernam no SBS

Você já se deu conta que os clientes Windows Vista nunca hibernam no seu domínio SBS? Ainda não? Pois é, isto ocorre porque existe uma GPO que previne isto, mas caso deseje economizar energia pode seguir a excelente dica do Sean Daniel em:


http://sbs.seandaniel.com/2007/03/interesting-in-conserving-little-power.html


Um resumo está aqui, mas não deixe de ler a notícia inteira que possui mais informações:


  • From a client computer that is running Windows Vista, click Start, and then type gpmc.msc in the search box. A couple notes about this:

    • Be sure to log on to the Vista computer that is joined to the SBS domain and use the Domain Administrator account
    • When you log on to the Vista computer as the domain admin, you’ll need to specify your SBS domain name as part of the logon. For example, DOMAIN\Administrator.
    • On the Vista computer that you will use, It is recommended that you log off from any other user account on the computer (rather than using switch user) so that the policies are updated for all accounts at the end of the procedure.


  • In Group Policy Management Console, click Forest:DomainName, click Domains, click DomainName, and then click Group Policy Objects.

  • Right-click Small Business Server – Windows Vista policy, and then click Edit.

  • In Group Policy Object Editor, in Computer Configuration, click Administrative Templates, click System, click Power Management, and then click Sleep Settings.

  • In the details pane, double-click Specify the System Sleep Timeout (Plugged in).

  • Click Not Configured, click Apply, and then click OK.

  • In the details pane, double-click Specify the System Hibernate Timeout (Plugged in).

  • Click Disabled, click Apply, and then click OK

  • Close Group Policy Object Editor, and then close Group Policy Management Console.

  • To force the Group Policy settings to be applied (if you don’t want to wait the 90-130 minutes for it to be applied), either run gpupdate /force from a command prompt with elevated privileges or restart the client computer. When you force the Group Policy updates, be sure to run the command elevated.

    • Click Start, type cmd
    • Right-click the Command Prompt icon in the Program files list, and then click Run as Administrator
    • Accept the prompt for UAC
    • Type gpupdate /force


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