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Cancel System reboot when free

Cancel System reboot when free

Cancel System reboot when free

Is there any way to cancel a system reboot when free after you have set this?

I know I can just leave a phone off the hook to keep the system busy, but I want to cancel this request.

Can anyone help?



RE: Cancel System reboot when free

Just resave as merge config, wouldnt that prevent the reboot.

RE: Cancel System reboot when free

Tried that, actually it didn't work....

Any other ideas?

RE: Cancel System reboot when free

In my opinion you walk on dangerous ground when doing a when free then sending another change before the system has made the first change. IMO you risk corrupting the system.

RE: Cancel System reboot when free

I am with CarGoSki on this... I hate save when free alterations as you either have to sit there and wait for it to occur to be sure it acutally happens or establish a constant ping to log file to know when it happens (especially when coming in remotely)  added to this, the mere thought of putting a sequence of events in play that cannot be stopped once started kinda scares me when it involves a phone system at a customers premises (the lifeblood of any companies communications)

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