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If the server is in a protected place but the screen, keyboard, and mouse are publicly accessible, then … I'm still trying to figure it out. Reply B. Good luck Dec 13, 2004 #2 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Topic Status: Not open for further replies. If you want to allow another specific user or group that ability instead, replace “INTERACTIVE” below with the user or group you want. http://hcsprogramming.com/windows-7/windows-2000-professional-freezes-up-during-install-please-help.php

Dim intCount, _ intConfirm, _ strCurrentValue, _ vbYesNoCancel, _ strKey, _ objShell, _ strError, _ strWhile, _ strPrompt, _ strPowerSchemeName, _ strCaption, _ strResponse strCaption = "Power Scheme Chooser" ‘MsgBox and PD:I beg pardon for my English Reply Darth Scream says: March 10, 2006 at 3:01 pm For me, Regini.exe did not work, I was pulling my hair out, even using [1 This requires creating the hiberfil.sys file in the root. We have tried the energy star solution and that did not work the way we intended. http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/17081-where-to-find-power-settings-in-registry/

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There should be one set of options that apply across everyone and only an admin can change them. I wonder, but can't quite figure it out. Seems mad to me that users can't mod their power settings, mbut hey ho. Result is strPrompt.

  • Posted by: Bob at December 8, 2005 05:32 PM So the question is...how do i use this tool to edit more advanced power schemes?
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My options are somewhat limited. As it sits now the computers do not allow non admin users the ability to change the power settings at all on some of the computers. From the FILE menu select UNLOAD HIVE. Group Policy Override Settings Exist For This Power Scheme Or Power Setting. Reply PerseP says: January 18, 2007 at 5:34 pm Hi, what do I have to do when I create new limited users in a machine and I wan't them all to

Does it work for limited accounts that have been created after changing the register/permission? don't allow direct registry access to the keys in question for a limited account, to dissuade malware, but allow limited users to control the Dell utility, which then, securely, sends these I read through the Script that you posted and noted some key points. These are per machine settings - or at least they should be - this seems to be the real problem to me - why is there any per user component at

Then you can flame. Put The Computer To Sleep Registry The users who are not allowed to change the power settings are in a group that has most everything locked down. While strWhile = "False" strPowerSchemeName = objShell.RegRead(strKey & "PowerPolicies" & intCount & "Name") If Err <> 0 Then ‘we are at the end of the list intCount = intCount - 1 The default user is to take care of future users.

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Run Regedit.exe as an administrator Browse to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Controls Folder\PowerCfg Right-click on the “GlobalPowerPolicy” key and choose “Permissions”. http://arstechnica.com/civis/viewtopic.php?t=365381 Reply [email protected] says: August 22, 2005 at 4:01 am Why not just apply the registry permission hack through GPO via Computer Configuration -> Windows Settings -> Security Settings -> Registry? Change Power Settings Windows 7 Registry Any feedback will greatly appreciated. Disable Sleep Mode Windows 7 Registry I just glanced over the source for setacl -- the privileges it plays with include the backup, restore, security, and take-ownership privileges, which are all normally granted to administrators.

Reply BillA says: January 11, 2009 at 11:58 am @ghostrider and nicholas I have the exact same problem. http://hcsprogramming.com/windows-7/sound-prblems-after-upgarding-to-windws-2000-pro.php All rights reserved. The problem was that if yougain Administrator access in the script, you can change the power options, but only for the Administrator, not for the current user. Ask a question and give support. Windows 10 Power Settings Registry

An administrator needs to make that decision and apply the change. I'm sorry, but I cannot see any possible way this program is worth the time (2 minutes, even) I spent looking for it. Pointers? this page Sign in here.

Posted by: george at November 16, 2006 05:46 AM All- I am having the same problems with the power settings in Win2K and WinXP. Currentpowerpolicy Create a new string value, or modify the existing value, called PowerdownAfterShutdown and set it to "1" to power off the computer at shutdown, or "0" to reboot. I get the information message after I apply the new settings.

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Wished I knew how they did that so I could set up something similar at home where I have out-of-the-box XP. Pretty bad if that's the case. Here is a screen capture. Hkey_current_user\control Panel\powercfg\currentpowerpolicy TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds.

Register a new account Sign in Already have an account? Similar Topics Windows 2000 Blue screen error {Registry File Failure} Feb 6, 2007 Windows 2000 Sep 9, 2008 windows 2000 Mar 24, 2007 Windows 2000 Nov 6, 2010 Windows 2000 Feb Reply Aaron Margosis says: March 9, 2005 at 9:22 am Norman - think "terminal server". http://hcsprogramming.com/windows-7/trying-to-set-up-file-sharing-between-2000-xp-home.php Yet I don't wish to either run as admin, whilst browsing the web in low-power mode (insecure), run as limited user, but waste power / have the laptop act-up in strange

Any suggestions?