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How to configure a scheduled server rebo

By bridog ·
I would like to schedule my W2K terminal server to reboot at least once a week. I believe this is a reg hack or perhaps a batch file. Microsoft site did not help me one bit on this. Does anyone know the answer to this? Thanks in advance.

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Brian

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by qsr In reply to How to configure a schedu ...

I do not know a integrated scheduler in W2K, but we had problems that forced us to automatically shut down the server periodically (each day).
We decided to use a scheduler-program called 'Sleepy' which is working very reliably at all. Download forfree at:

http://download.cnet.com/downloads/0,10152,0-1461989-110-6076115,00.html?gid=76572&tag=st.dl.1461989-100-6076115.ur.1461989-110-6076115

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by bridog In reply to How to configure a schedu ...

This did not help me as I need the server to reboot, not just powerdown. Any solutions?

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by qsr In reply to How to configure a schedu ...

With this scheduler you can handle re-boots also.

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by bridog In reply to How to configure a schedu ...

I tried it...it worked...you get 400 points!

Thank you!

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