Windows 10: Service to track of a computer is asleep/awake

  1.    3 Weeks Ago #1

    Service to track of a computer is asleep/awake


    I've set up a desktop as a media server running Plex. When I access it using RDC, it pops up really fast and I'm not sold the thing is going to sleep properly even though I've checked to make certain powercfg -request is coming up clear. There are services to track when online sites are working, so I'm wondering if there's something similar to report on when this PC is asleep/awake.

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  2.    3 Weeks Ago #2

    You could look in the event log when you sign on. Event ID 1 in System log will tell you when PC went to sleep, when it awoke and what woke it.

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