Remote Computer Power Manager
enPowerManager is a computer power manager for controlling the power states of local and remote computers.
With enPowerManager you can shutdown and restart a remote computer remotely from the convenience of a central console.
Central Admin Console
enPowerManager’s central console makes it easy to manage the power states of all the computers in your network.
- Shutdown multiple remote computers from a single interface
- Manually perform a remote restart, shutdown, or boot on a target computer in just a few clicks
- The console displays the user/computer name, CurrentWare client version, IP address, active users, and connection status
Display Warning Message
Send a customized message before you schedule shutdown a remote computer. This message can be used to warn the user about the upcoming force shutdown and encourage them to save their work.
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 that automate computer startup, standby, hibernate, restart, or shutdown events.
- Schedule Shutdown or Restart: Enable remote shutdown, startup, and restart events on a set schedule
- Manage Several Computers: Configure unique power schedules based on groups of target computers
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
System Startup Event Logs
Windows Logs: Maintain auditable records of a computer’s startup events with reports that include the system shutdown date and time, computer names, and usernames.
Verify System Startup Event: Shutdown logs help a system administrator remotely verify that computers have shutdown or startup as expected
Last Shutdown Time: Use the startup and shutdown times to track the last known user for each endpoint
User Logon History Report
Meet Compliance Regulations: Meet compliance requirements with a convenient and auditable record of user activity
Detect Security Threats: Log user logins for Active Directory domain accounts to see if user accounts or computers are being logged into after hours
Boost Productivity: Monitor login and logoff times to spot users that are starting work late or taking excessively long breaks
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 your IT department with the tools they need to restart Windows servers remotely.