Schedule Windows to Shutdown, Hibernate, Sleep or Restart

enPowerManager includes a computer power scheduler to automatically trigger computer power states on a set schedule. Use the power scheduler to save energy costs by automatically turning off idle computers after work hours. Schedule computers to automatically turn off after they’ve been inactive for a predetermined period of time.

Automatically turn on computers at a set schedule

Set daily and weekly schedules for shutdown, hibernate, sleep and restart events

Delay shutdowns to only occur after the computer has been idle for a set period of time

“We purchased enPowerManager to help us restart our computers remotely. It helps us make sure our work-from-home employees don’t lose time after a power outage.”
– Aaron Siegel, Network Administrator, Sessions & Kimball LLP

Custom Shutdown Warning Message

Send a customized message to the user’s computer before shutdown. This message can be used to warn the user about the upcoming shutdown and encourage them to save their work before the process begins

Delayed Shutdown

Shutdown events can be configured to only trigger after the computer is idle for a set period of time. This option prevents enPowerManager from disrupting your users while they are still working on their computers.

Schedule Computer Power States

Use the power scheduler to set daily and weekly computer power schedules. Automate computer startup, shutdown, standby, hibernate, and restart.

Advanced Power Policies

Trigger system and power events after the user has been inactive for a set period of time. Advanced power policies can be configured to be ignored when specific applications are running.

  • Turn off monitors and hard disks
  • Trigger system standby and hibernate
  • Configure password requirements on wakeup

The Benefits of Remote Power Management

Save on energy costs

The average workstation uses 200 Wh of electricity. If employees forget to shut down their computers at the end of the workday it will consume 4800 watts (4.8 kW) per computer for every day they are left on at full power.

Easily restart all of the computers in your network

Do you have remote employees that need to connect to in-office workstations? Use enPowerManager’s remote power control features to restart workstations after an unexpected shutdown and get your off-site employees reconnected.

Reduce server downtime from outages

Use enPowerManager to recycle power to non-responsive servers. Avoid costly in-person visits by providing administrators with the tools they need to restart servers remotely.

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Other enPowerManager Features

Internet Off

Start, Restart & Shutdown

Remotely control the power state of your computers

URL Filter

Wake on LAN

Automatically boot up computers at the beginning of a work day

Category Filtering

Track Startup/Shutdown

Track when your users startup and shutdown their computers

Internet Scheduler

Hibernate and Standby

Turn off the monitor, power down the hard drive, hibernate and go into standby mode

Centralized Console

Power Scheduler

Control the power status of a computer at a scheduled time

Reports

Delayed Shutdown

Shutdown the computer only if it is idle to prevent work interruption and lost progress.

Application Blocker

Advanced Policies

Control power status of laptops when when they are plugged in vs. running on batteries

Email Report

Audit Logon Events

Track when your users logon or logoff their computers

Centralized Console

Centralized Console

Manage all your users from the centralized console with Active Directory import or syncing

Remote Client Install

Remote Client Install

Easily deploy the CurrentWare Client remotely

Offsite Management

Offsite Management

Extend onsite Internet usage policies to laptops running outside the corporate network

Centralized Console

SQL Server Supported

Database scaled for enterprise and large business operations

Want greater insights into user activity?

Combine enPowerManager’s logon tracking with its startup/shutdown tracking and BrowseReporter’s computer activity reports.