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inventory scan in power save mode

inventory scan in power save mode

inventory scan in power save mode

We use tivoli configuration manager and when I execute inventory scan on notebook that is in power save mode, I don't get the wright processor speed? Does anybody have any idea how to solve this problem?
Thank you for all your answers

RE: inventory scan in power save mode

If I understand you correctly...

Take a look around in the BIOS Settings of the notebook pc.  There are normally settings there that relate to the Power Save mode, and hopefully there will be one that enables/disables the CPU speed from being reduced.

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RE: inventory scan in power save mode

Tahnk you for Your answer.
Yes that would be one option, but I do not think that users would like it if I would do that. There is also one big problem to do this, because we have more than 2K computers, that configuration manager runs on. I need option that would not involve any messing around in Bios on users computers. I hope that anyone has any clue how to solve this

Thank you in advance

RE: inventory scan in power save mode

I C...

I was searching a little and found this page:

If you look at the second item in the list it show a fix for an issue that seems similar.  This made me wonder if you have the latest version of Tivoli with all of the fix packs.

Beyond that, I don't think I will be of much help.  Maybe someone else will.

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