I recently discovered that one of my most annoying users has found another way to frustrate the WSUS update process: First, she simply didn't shutdown the computer when she went home. Now I've installed a psshutdown script on the SBS Server that forces a shutdown every evening, she found out that she could put the computer in hibernation mode. Which of course isn't a bad idea to shutdown the computer in the lunch break, but is terrible for the administrative processes if you do it every night, day after day.
I removed the hibernation option from the shutdown window. This can be done by adding a parameter to the ACPI section of the registry:
Attribute name: Attributes
Attribute value: 0x70
You can change this parameter on the command line:
reg add "HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\ACPI\Parameters" /v Attributes /t REG_DWORD /d 0x70 /f
To use this in a GPO, you'll need to create a .adm file... or simply run above command as a startup/shutdown script.© GeekLabInfo Remove "standby" from shutdown window is a post from GeekLab.info. You are free to copy materials from GeekLab.info, but you are required to link back to http://www.geeklab.info