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Video: How to configure PowerChute Network Shutdown to start the shutdown process once the UPS has been running on battery for a specified time?

Issue:
Would like PowerChute Network Shutdown to begin the shutdown process once the UPS has run on battery for pre-determined amount of time.

Product Line:
PowerChute Network Shutdown

Environment:
All supported OS

Cause:
UPS on battery

Resolution:
  1. Log into PowerChute web interface by entering the systems IP address or FQDN on port 6547. Examples https://192.168.1.10:6547 or https://MYComputer@myOffice.com:6547
  2. Go to Configure Events
  3. Select UPS On Battery and click Shutdown
  4. Click Enable Shutdown
  5. Enter the desired amount of time you would like the UPS to run on battery prior to PowerChute starting the shutdown process and then click Apply.


For assistance installing PowerChute Network Shutdown see
Video: How to install PowerChute Network Shutdown (PCNS) version 4.X
Video: How to install and deploy PowerChute Network Shutdown virtual appliance onto VMware.
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