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Re: [HTCondor-users] Power management not working in Windows

Michael, Thanks for the link but WOL work well in all the computers using different softwares as Windows power management and Teamviewer. So, WOL configuration in BIOS or Windows is not the issue.

On Tue, May 22, 2018 at 11:11 AM, Michael Pelletier <Michael.V.Pelletier@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:



The hardware of the network adapter needs to be configured to accept and act on Wake-on-LAN packets. The âethtoolâ command on Linux is used to accomplish this.


ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ -Michael Pelletier.


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John, I have tens of this messages in the StartLog, the interesting is the last error message:


05/20/18 12:26:39 (D_ALWAYS:2) allHibernating: resource #22: 'S3' (0x4)
05/20/18 12:26:39 (D_ALWAYS) ResMgr: ERROR: Ignoring HIBERNATE: Machine cannot be woken by its public network adapter ().



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