Wake on lan works great for me, if the system is powered down completely. Our computers go into sleep mode after 2 hrs by default. I know in sccm you can get wake on lan working, as I've done it in the past. Is there something I need to do on the k1000 to get it to work?

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As long as WOL is configured on the machine you'll be ok.

To send the actual wake up:

Distribution -> Wake-On-Lan -> and setup a target or schedule.
Answered 04/26/2011 by: dchristian
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I'm doing just that. System fully off works, hibernate works, but when the system is in sleep mode it doesn't come out :) Granted the systems are programmed to sleep in 2 and hibernate in 6. I may be ok, if I do software updates at say 1-3am.
Answered 04/26/2011 by: ngbrown24
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I THINK this might have something to do with the NIC driver properties.

If you go to:
Device Mangager -> Network Drivers -> {your nic} -> Advanced Tab -> Check out the Wake Up Capabilities.

Make sure the nic is able to wake the device here as well.
Answered 04/26/2011 by: dchristian
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delete - I posted in wrong thread
Answered 04/27/2011 by: dav.a.anderson
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Did you figure this out? I have run into the same issue. I used Dell CCTK to enable WOL in the bios but that does me no good when the PCs fall asleep.

Any help is appreciated.
Answered 10/07/2011 by: lefttunknown
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Here is the VBS script I run on all my HP computers that enables windows to allow a WOL from Sleep/Hibernate.Note I've only used this on Windows XP machines.

Set colNetworkAdapters = GetObject("WinMgmts:{impersonationLevel=impersonate, (LoadDriver)}//./root/Cimv2")_
.ExecQuery("SELECT * FROM Win32_NetworkAdapter WHERE AdapterTypeId=0")

WScript.Echo "Enabling WoL for the following adapters:"

For Each objNetworkAdapter In colNetworkAdapters
WScript.Echo " " & objNetworkAdapter.Name & " [" & objNetworkAdapter.MACAddress & "]"

strNetworkAdapterID = UCase(objNetworkAdapter.PNPDeviceID)

'Query for all of the MSPower_DeviceWakeEnable classes
Dim colPowerWakeEnables
Dim objPowerWakeEnable

Set colPowerWakeEnables = GetObject("WinMgmts:{impersonationLevel=impersonate, (LoadDriver)}//./root/wmi")_
.ExecQuery("SELECT * FROM MSPower_DeviceWakeEnable")
'Compare the PNP Device ID from the network adapter against the MSPower_DeviceEnabled instances
For Each objPowerWakeEnable In colPowerWakeEnables
'We have to compare the leftmost part as MSPower_DeviceEnabled.InstanceName contains an instance suffix
strDevInstanceName = UCase(Left(objPowerWakeEnable.InstanceName, Len(strNetworkAdapterID)))
'Match found, enable WOL
If StrComp(strDevInstanceName, strNetworkAdapterID)=0 Then
objPowerWakeEnable.Enable = True
objPowerWakeEnable.Put_ 'Required to write the value back to the object
End If
Next
'Query for all of the MSNdis_DeviceWakeOnMagicPacketOnly classes
Dim colMagicPacketOnlys
Dim objMagicPacketOnly
Set colMagicPacketOnlys = GetObject("WinMgmts:{impersonationLevel=impersonate, (LoadDriver)}//./root/wmi")_
.ExecQuery("SELECT * FROM MSNdis_DeviceWakeOnMagicPacketOnly")
'Compare the PNP Device ID from the network adapter against the MSNdis_DeviceWakeOnMagicPacketOnly instances
For Each objMagicPacketOnly In colMagicPacketOnlys
'We have to compare the leftmost part as MSNdis_DeviceWakeOnMagicPacketOnly.InstanceName contains an instance suffix
strDevInstanceName = UCase(Left(objMagicPacketOnly.InstanceName, Len(strNetworkAdapterID)))
'Match found, enable WOL for Magic Packets only
If StrComp(strDevInstanceName, strNetworkAdapterID)=0 Then
objMagicPacketOnly.EnableWakeOnMagicPacketOnly = True 'Set to false if you wish to wake on magic packets AND wake patterns
objMagicPacketOnly.Put_ 'Required to write the value back to the object
End If
Next
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Answered 10/07/2011 by: darkhawktman
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There's a setting on network cards that allow you bring the unit out of standby. If it isn't checked the unit won't be able to wake up out of standby mode. It's under device manager->network adapters->Properties->Power Management.

They have a little bit of information on it here at http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/network/P42509/en/windrv.htm (look under setting power management options.
Answered 10/07/2011 by: ms01ak
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