Shutdown Computer script runns after computer starts up
I have a Windows Shutdown script that shuts down 10 computers at 9:45PM. And it works. However in the morning when we turn them on some run the shutdown script after they startup. I think what happens is someone manually turns off a few of the computers at night before the Kace sends the 9:45PM shutdown script. Then When the computers check in next it runs the script intended for the night before. I did not build the script our old Kace Admin set it up somehow. It's an offline KScript. Here is the raw XML.
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
<config name="Shutdown Windows System 9:45" type="job" id="94" version="1392818099" description="-t specifies timeout in seconds while the message in quotes will be displayed to the user. Omit for silent immediate shutdown. Note: a minimum shutdown timeout of 90 seconds is recommended for Run Now executions, and for any Online KScript executions which trigger a shutdown.">
<execute disconnected="false" logged_off="false">
<schedule minutes="45" hours="21" daysOfMonth="*" months="*" daysOfWeek="*" />
<verify on_failure="break" attempts="1">
<launch_program path="%WINDIR%\System32" program="cmd.exe" wait="true" parms="/C shutdown -s -c "Windows will shut down in 5 minutes. Please save your work." -t 300 -d U:00:00" />
<log_message type="status" message="DOS Command Issued Successfully." />
So How can I stop this from happening?