|Configure temporary POA deactivation for Wake on LAN|
For a software rollout planned between 03:00 am and 06:00 am on a specific date, two restarts are required. The local software rollout agent must be able to log on to Windows.
|Start||Day before software rollout, 12:00 noon|
|End||Day of software rollout 06:00 am|
|Allow Windows logon during this time||Yes|
|Auto logon limit||5|
By setting the start time to 12:00 noon on the day before the software rollout, you make sure that the scheduling script SGMCMDIntn.exe is started in time and that the Wake on LAN process starts no later than 03:00 am on the day of the software rollout.
The date of the software rollout script is defined as the day of the rollout, 03:00 am. Wake on LAN can explicitly be deactivated again at the end of the script with SGMCMDIntn.exe -WOLstop.
All endpoint computers that log on before the date specified for Start and connect to the rollout servers receive the new policy and the scheduling commands.
Any endpoint computer on which the schedule triggers the command SGMMCMDIntn -WOLStart between the day before the rollout at 12:00 noon and the day of the rollout at 06:00 am falls within the WOL time interval. Therefore Wake on LAN is activated.