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Any idea to update hibernate systems

Created: 02 Apr 2012 | 13 comments

Hello,

Any idea that how can I update the defintion on hibernated systems before move out from my Seat.

Thanks in advance.

Honey jack

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NRaj's picture

When your machine hibernates, it shuts down all the services and i don't think there is any way to update these machnies. If you meant to ask somethying else, let us know.

Hope this helps.

Jason1222's picture

Why not simply remove Hibernate?

- Hibernate file takes up an equal amount of Disk Space as there is RAM in the system.  So 4 Gigs of RAM = a 4 gig Hibernate.sys file on the C:\ drive.

- Adjust your power settings to power down the system, but not hibernate.

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To turn off Hibernate effectively: (From a command Prompt - with elevated priviledges)

powercfg -H off

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Powercfg is quite a useful and powerful command line tool.

More information on all it's options can be found here:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc748940(v=ws.10).aspx

 

Cheers!

honey_jack's picture

Is it working on multiple systems on single command line?

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Honey Jack

 

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Sumit G's picture

Hi,

This issue will be resolved from AD side.

You can create such policy which can help you wake up the hibernate system on your require time period.

This way system will be wake and defintion will update there afer that again it will be move as a sleep/hibernate mode.

There is no option avail to wake up the system.

other option

one s/w avail wake up lan I am not dammed confirmed but it will come to help you

Regards

Sumit G.

honey_jack's picture

Hello- You mean that from AD we can implement one rue/policy to wake up the hibernate systems.

Ok I will discuss with my AD Engineer.

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Honey Jack

 

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honey_jack's picture

Hi- Any other idea to sort the problem

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Beppe's picture

Hi,

of course you need to remotely wake up those PCs from the hibernation, here the wake on LAN comes:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wake-on-LAN

http://www.intel.com/support/network/sb/cs-008459.htm

Regards,

Giuseppe

honey_jack's picture

Thanks I will check this

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riva11's picture

WOL (Wake On Line) is a nice feature but remember in your PC's to check if it is enabled in the BIOS settings.

Sumit G's picture

Hey- Your issue sorted or not??

Regards

Sumit G.

Ian_C.'s picture

It would seem that ChandanMistry has is discussing the same problem as you in this thread: https://www-secure.symantec.com/connect/forums/sleep-mode

 

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Sumit G's picture

try to change the communication setting in push mode. hope it will be work.

Regards

Sumit G.

honey_jack's picture

I will be try the same setting in testing mode.

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