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blazn40

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We have just rolled out 100 new HP Compaq 8000f elite ultras. Some to exam rooms and others to provider offices.
What I am finding is that all of my exam rooms are shutting down every night with this in the event viewer: " The process C:\Windows\System32\Winlogon.exe(PC Name) has initiated the power off of computer (computer name) on behalf of user NT Authority\System for the following reason: No Title for this, reason could not be found.
It is not a virus issue for all the computers have fresh images. The provider PC's are not having the same issue at all.
I have search Microsoft's forums and didn't find a thing.
Any help is greatly appreciated.
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Spyderturbo007

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Hello blazn40. Unfortunately I don't believe we will be able to assist you with your problem. Please refer to Section 3b. in the Terms of Use and you will find the following restriction.

We offer free computer help and tech support for home and personal use. We are not here to support others that work for profit, or to support/replace your company's IT department.


Sorry about that and good luck resolving your issue.

Edited by Spyderturbo007, 13 January 2011 - 07:30 AM.

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I apologize, We are a non profit and I am part of the IT dept. I must have missed that.
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I would assume that the "support/replace your IT department" covers that, but since you are a non-profit I don't know. Perhaps one of the moderators / administrators can let us know if the non-profit status makes a difference. I'll see if I can PM one of them for a little clarification.
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is there anything different with the images between the computers that shut down and the ones that don't? like different AV software? or different anything? you sure the power isn't going out in that room?

move one of the computers that IS shutting down to a location where the computers AREN'T shutting down and move one that ISN'T to a location where the computers ARE. if the one that used to work fine shuts down in the new location and the one that used to shut down doesn't then it's something to do with the room
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