The bitter importens on management and reporting on every system
Thanks for the additional information. Just to be sure we are on the same page... are you looking for a possible way to control how servers are powered up after a shut down (power outage or coolling issue like in your case).
I'm a little confused with the initial post and your new update.
Re: The bitter importens on management and reporting on every sy
If all you want to do is just define the power state after a sudden power loss, try the following:
Go to the Service Profile and click on it
Once there, go to policies and define a new BIOS policy if there is none and give it a name (if there is one, it will show up in "BIOS Policy Instance", if that is the case, click on it instead of creating a new policy) > go to "Resume Ac On Power Loss" and define what you need/want.
I hope that is what you looked for, otherwise let me know, please.
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