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Windows 2000 Terminal Server - Power Meter


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#1 Uncle_K

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Posted 02 January 2008 - 09:46 AM

We have a few Windows 2000 servers at one of our offices, set up as Terminal Servers for the remote sites/users.
On one of these servers we have started to have problems with printers, and general connectivity. (the print spooler has stopped in the past, this is not the problem this time.)
When I log in as an administrator, I cannot list the printers, and when I log out I see a message "End Program - Power Meter"
I have checked in the OpenManage Server Administrator, and although it states Power Supply 1 and 2 as 'Presence Detected', there is a log from a few weeks ago stating "Power Supply 2 - Power Supply Sensor Power Lost"
I also do not have a "Power Options" link in the Control Panel.
Could the printer problem be linked to the Power Supply errors?
Thanks for any assistance.

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