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06 Aug 2010  
Vocalpoint

Windows 7 Professional RTM (Build 7600)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by cluberti View Post
There is also a powercfg command (that MS should have had you run) that can determine if anything would keep your box from sleeping as well after a wake event, powercfg -requests.
Now this is bizarre...when I run powercfg -requests...I get:

SYSTEM:
[DRIVER] \FileSystem\rdbss
A file has been opened across the network. File name: [\SERVER\Videos\Top Gun\my movies.xml] Process ID: [2412]
[DRIVER] \FileSystem\rdbss
A file has been opened across the network. File name: [\SERVER\Videos\Star Wars\mymovies.xml] Process ID: [2412]
[DRIVER] \FileSystem\rdbss
A file has been opened across the network. File name: [\SERVER\Videos\Star Wars\Star Wars._mkv_JRSidecar.xml] Process ID: [2412]

AWAYMODE:
None.


Even more bizarre - because - I have never ever watched Top Gun or Star Wars from this machine. The process ID of 2412 seems to be tied to an instance of Explorer and then something called the Microsoft HomeServer Archive Transfer Service...?!?

I gotta check this out....I shall return!

Cheers,

VP
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