Sorry, meant 6006.. you want startup. However, if you found no 6005's, are your PCs really shutting down??
This is not difficult to test. If you manually shut down and start up, then look at the log, you should find those events.
Ill give it another look, I reimaged an exact system and put it into our domain and signed into a teachers name, I just hope my first release wasn't a bad image, This second one I have here in my office did not boot up once and they ran the batch file and remained off all night. Ill have to recheck on the teachers PC. I had a small time frame too look and there in the middle of class right now.
ok, look here for shutdown:
How To Know the Last ShutDown Time Of Your Windows PC
This talks about both
Use Event Viewer to Tell When Your PC Last Rebooted
Daniel13djb, have you looked at changing when the Maintenance is run on the computers? Automatic Maintenance - Change Settings in Windows 10 - Windows 10 Forums. I don't know if this is your issue or if it will help, I just wanted to throw it out for you to consider.
Not sure if I need to start another thread for this but I have used EASEUS Disk imaging software for all of my copies. If I apply the shutdown batch file within the C: drive and use the .\administrator account with multiple tasks for the shutdown batch files with PC name ES-TEST-PC-01 for my image and then change the pc name for each copied drive for ES-(room)-PC-01 which is how its managed within our Active directory will it make a difference if I change the PC name, will it still run the task with the old pc name once I change it?
This picture may help the confusion I might have caused:
Reason why I ask is because if I could make this file run or at least try to run anytime its on throughout the night I could just add it to this one PC here and copy the image and go rename the pc according to room and add in our domain then activate win 10 and office 16 and then be done with it which would be nice.
essenbe, when I first seen this thread I thought that would fix the problems, went to the pc and check and on all users it was already disabled. So something else is causing this...
Am I correct in that you have disabled Fast Startup in the OS of the machines?
Maybe check Scheduled Tasks and see if there may be one that is causing you problems, or you may be able to schedule one to solve it.
I did disable fast startup, I checked my scheduled tasks and set them to perform during the middle of the day, when I seen it still didn't work, I disabled all of them besides my shutdown batch file.
If this helps any they are Dell OptiPlex 960s with 4gb ram and 160gb 7200rpm hard drives.