I have five PCs running Windows XP SP1 that 25 users access. Due to the applications these users run, they need...
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to be members of the local administrator's group. These PCs must always be online to receive files from other devices on the LAN on a continual basis. However, XP defaults the power management settings to stand-by and hibernate. That means I have to login as each user on each PC to turn of stand-by and hibernation settings (way too time consuming). How can I turn off stand-by and hibernation on a global scale? I'm running a 2003 AD environment. I don't believe there is a way to do this other than by editing each user's settings individually.
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