enPowerManager lets you remotely boot computers using Wake-on-LAN (WoL). Use enPowerManager to remotely monitor and manage power states of multiple devices across your network from a single interface.
Use Wake-on-LAN to remotely boot up computers on your network
Schedule automatic shutdown, boot, standby, hibernate and restart
Prevent automatic shutdown when users are still active or using specified programs
“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
What is Wake-on-LAN?
Wake-on-LAN (WoL) is an Ethernet networking standard that allows a shut down computer to be turned on remotely. Wake-on-LAN listens for a “magic packet” that turns on computers on the same local area network or from another location via the internet.
enPowerManager uses Wake-on-LAN to allow administrators to remotely manage the power states of all of the computers in their network. It supports Wake-on-LAN transmission through both Subnet Directed Broadcast and Unicast.
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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