When you are an administrator for the Contoso Corporation, your manager says that there is a need to save money when possible and he notices that at night, several computers remain running. He wants you to devise a solution to automatically put the computers to sleep when they are not being used. Describe your recommended solution.
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To solve the issue of automatic computer shutdown at a particular time, group policy is likely the most comfortable and most efficient solution. To implement this policy, open Server Manager and in the Tools menu, open Group Policy Management. Expand Forests > Domains > [Domain Name] > [Target OU], where the Target OU is the group of computers that need to be automatically shut down. Right-click the OU and select Create a GPO in this domain and Link it here. After the initial setup, edit the GPO and navigate to Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > System > Power Management > Sleep Settings and double click Specify the system sleep timeout (plugged in) and (on battery). In the properties box, set how long until the computer goes to sleep. Then run gpupdate /force to implement the new group policy on the domain.