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    Power GPOS for Windows 7

    Can anyone explain how you control the Power Scheme on Windows 7 clients with Server 2008 (not R2). I only have the options for XP and think it may have something to do with RSAT but having never used this before dont really know how this is done? THanks

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    They are in the GP Preferences section - Computer Configuration, Prefences, Power Schemes. Right click and create a new scheme for Windows Vista and above.

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    Hi Tom

    We only have the options for XP not Vista or above. Shoulder Server 2008 have this then (not R2).

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    Ahh, I don't think Server 2008 R1 has Power Schemes for Vista and above. That was added in R2, does the scheme for XP and above not work?



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