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Option to schedule server reboot greyed out

Option to schedule server reboot greyed out

Option to schedule server reboot greyed out

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Hi all

Any thoughts on this.

I've inherited a base build being used to re-deploy a Windows and Citrix base build onto various servers, with applications then being deployed via Installation Manager. However, i've noticed that each time I use this image to re-build a server, I am unable to set up a reboot schedule, the option is simply greyed out. Its fine for the machines which haven't been re-imaged, so is definitely something to do with the base build, but i've no idea where to start trying to look to find out what could be causing this.

Anyone got any pointers as to what could be causing the problem here?

Its Windows Server 2003 with Citrix Presentation Server 4.5

I can get around the problem by using tsshutdn as a scheduled task on each machine, but thats not really very elegant and I'd much rather have this centrally managed, hence the need to try and find out why its not working!

Many thanks for any pointers!
 

RE: Option to schedule server reboot greyed out

I have this same issue and I discovered the answer. My whole farm is 4.5 RP01 but my core servers and a couple miscellaneous servers have RP05. The RP05 server are the only ones I can set the reboot schedule on.

This article outlines it http://support.citrix.com/article/CTX120650

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