How to enable sleep mode?

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    • #49809

      @hanpedro wrote:

      How to enable sleep mode?

      I want to use sleep button.

      Is it pssible to sleep R2 with hyper-v machines running?

      In Srv 2008 (R2), you can use it only from Logon Screen…
      Just press CTRL + ALT + DEL and then click the arrow on a shut down button and select “Sleep”… 😉

    • #59620
      AvatarAnonymous

      @hanpedro wrote:

      How to enable sleep mode?

      I want to use sleep button.

      Is it pssible to sleep R2 with hyper-v machines running?

      In Srv 2008 (R2), you can use it only from Logon Screen…
      Just press CTRL + ALT + DEL and then click the arrow on a shut down button and select “Sleep”… 😉

    • #49810

      Or, if you have a laptop, it probably has a special key combination (like Fn+F4 or something) that activates sleep mode. You might have to configure it in power scheme settings first, though.

    • #59621
      AvatarAnonymous

      Or, if you have a laptop, it probably has a special key combination (like Fn+F4 or something) that activates sleep mode. You might have to configure it in power scheme settings first, though.

    • #49811

      @Indrek wrote:

      Or, if you have a laptop, it probably has a special key combination (like Fn+F4 or something) that activates sleep mode. You might have to configure it in power scheme settings first, though.

      Indrek/ Thanks for your kind reply.

      How to configure power scheme?
      I’ve tried, but I could not find Sleep or Standby in power scheme.

    • #59622
      AvatarAnonymous

      @Indrek wrote:

      Or, if you have a laptop, it probably has a special key combination (like Fn+F4 or something) that activates sleep mode. You might have to configure it in power scheme settings first, though.

      Indrek/ Thanks for your kind reply.

      How to configure power scheme?
      I’ve tried, but I could not find Sleep or Standby in power scheme.

    • #49812

      you can try MCE Standby Tool
      http://slicksolutions.eu/

      info here

      http://slicksolutions.eu/mst.shtml

    • #59623
      AvatarAnonymous

      you can try MCE Standby Tool
      http://slicksolutions.eu/

      info here

      http://slicksolutions.eu/mst.shtml

    • #49813

      @hanpedro wrote:

      How to configure power scheme?
      I’ve tried, but I could not find Sleep or Standby in power scheme.

      Go to Power Options (either from the control panel, or type it into the Start menu search box), and in the left-hand column click on “Choose what the power buttons do”. From there you can set the action for pressing the Sleep button.

      Edit: do you have Hyper-V installed? If I recall correctly, Hyper-V disables sleep mode.

    • #59624
      AvatarAnonymous

      @hanpedro wrote:

      How to configure power scheme?
      I’ve tried, but I could not find Sleep or Standby in power scheme.

      Go to Power Options (either from the control panel, or type it into the Start menu search box), and in the left-hand column click on “Choose what the power buttons do”. From there you can set the action for pressing the Sleep button.

      Edit: do you have Hyper-V installed? If I recall correctly, Hyper-V disables sleep mode.

    • #49814

      Another great way to instantly access sleep mode is to add a system gadegt to your sidebar. If you would like a system gadget see my post viewtopic.php?f=21&t=1033. Its a free gadget with tons of options and give the ability to launch your screensaver, run, control panel, logoff, sleep, shutdown, etc all from your desktop.

    • #59625
      AvatarAnonymous

      Another great way to instantly access sleep mode is to add a system gadegt to your sidebar. If you would like a system gadget see my post viewtopic.php?f=21&t=1033. Its a free gadget with tons of options and give the ability to launch your screensaver, run, control panel, logoff, sleep, shutdown, etc all from your desktop.

    • #43861

      How to enable sleep mode?

      I want to use sleep button.

      Is it pssible to sleep R2 with hyper-v machines running?

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