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Initiating and Monitoring a Power Status Scan

You can easily determine the current power state of one or more machines in your organization by performing a power status scan.

Initiating a Power Status Scan

You can initiate a power status scan a number of different ways:

From the home page by selecting the desired machines and then selecting Power Status Scan.

From Machine View or Scan View by right-clicking the desired machines and then selecting Power > Status Scan.

From a machine group by clicking Run Operation and then selecting Power Status Scan.

For more details see How to Initiate Power Management Tasks.

Monitoring a Power Status Scan

In all cases the Operations Monitor will be used to display the status of the power status scan.

When the power status scan is complete you can:

  • View the results by clicking View results. The Operations Monitor will be closed and the scan results will be displayed. See Viewing Power Status Scan Results for details.

  • Remove the current tab by clicking Close (scan complete). Any other tabs on the Operations Monitor will remain open.

  • Minimize the Operations Monitor by clicking Hide. No tabs are removed from the Operations Monitor.

  • Remove the current tab and all other tabs by clicking Clear All Completed.

  • Generate a Power Status report.

  • View summary information about each machine that was scanned. Right-click on a column heading and select Column Chooser to add or remove columns from the display.


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