Windows 2003 hibernation/standby problem


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The service 'Routing and Remoting Access' is preventing the machine from
entering hibernation. Im sure there must be better solution than stopping
service manually.
 
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Kurt

Andy said:
The service 'Routing and Remoting Access' is preventing the machine from
entering hibernation. Im sure there must be better solution than stopping
service manually.
Routing and Remote Access (RRAS) is not enabled or configured by
default. If it IS configured, presumably someone configured it for a
reason. It would be nonsense to configure a remote access server and
then have it go into hibernation. If you don't need RRAS anymore, you
can go into the mmc and disable it. If you do need it, the last thing
you want is for the machine to hibernate.

...kurt
 
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CE Cassel

> Kurt wrote
> Routing and Remote Access (RRAS) is not enabled or configured by
> default. If it IS configured, presumably someone configured it for a
> reason. It would be nonsense to configure a remote access server and
> then have it go into hibernation. If you don't need RRAS anymore, you
> can go into the mmc and disable it. If you do need it, the last thing
> you want is for the machine to hibernate.

There are situations where that require both energy management and remote access capability. I need capability to wake up my Windows Home Server via Internet and then do a backup by VPN. I do not want the WHS machine to run all the time when it only needs about 30-45 minutes to do backups for 6 machines daily.

I need WOL capability to wake up my WHS v1 machine via internet so that my sons can backup their laptops through VPN from college to my home WHS machine. The Routing and Remote Service prevents hibernation and corrupted my WOL setup. Now I can't get Internet WOL to work correctly anymore even if I stop the Routing and Remote Service.

CE Cassel
 

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