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Introduction

The following is a description of how to create a Power Scheme in Configuration Management.
 
Notice that some settings are available on some operatings systems, but not on others. There are for example a lot of extra settings on Vista, that cant be found on XP. Any settings that the operating system doesn't support is simply ignored when applying the power scheme, which makes it possible to use the same power scheme, on workstations using different operating systems.




Step

Action

1

On your root Configuration Management Point, find the System Group, expand it and then expand Power Management. Right click on Power Schemes and click Create.
 

2

Fill out the Name, Description and change description.
 

 

3

In the Common Settings tab, five common settings can be configured. They will all be set at the default setting when the window opens. The "Reset to default" changes all the settings of the power scheme to the default setting.
 

 

4

In the Device Settings tab, six device related settings can be configured. They will all be set at the default setting when the window opens. The "Reset to default" changes all the settings of the power scheme to the default setting.
 

 

5

In the Software Settings tab, four software related settings can be configured. They will all be set at the default setting when the window opens. The "Reset to default" changes all the settings of the power scheme to the default setting.
 

 

6

Click OK to create the power scheme.
 


 


 



If you want to...

You can...

Learn more about power schemes

Power schemes.

Add power scheme to a group

Add a power sheme to a group.

Remove a power scheme from a group

Remove a power scheme from a group.

Promote a power scheme

Promote in Configuration Management.


 

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