Bob

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How does someone set a Windows XP Pro box power save settings for ALL users,
INCLUDING the system, local service, and network service accounts? My
machine goes into hibernate just fine when I'm logged on, but won't go into
hibernate when it's sitting at the log-on screen.
 
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Bob wrote:

> How does someone set a Windows XP Pro box power save settings for ALL
> users, INCLUDING the system, local service, and network service accounts?
> My machine goes into hibernate just fine when I'm logged on, but won't
> go into hibernate when it's sitting at the log-on screen.
Hi

If I an not mistaken, the computer is using the settings defined
in the Default User profile when sitting at the logon screen.

Change the power settings in that profile and see if it helps.

305709 HOW TO: Create a Custom Default User Profile
http://support.microsoft.com/?id=305709

319974 How To Create a Custom Default User Profile
http://support.microsoft.com/?id=319974



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