OS-Initiated Sleep Mode

On Windows 95 OSR2 or Windows NT computers, if OS-initiated sleep mode interrupts the execution of a package job, the job may not execute properly, creating an error state on the computer. You must resubmit the job to the computer.

Windows 98, Windows 2000, and Windows XP fully support OS-initiated sleep mode. The CCM Windows Agent will not enter sleep mode until the package installation has completed. If package execution on these computers is interrupted by hardware initiated sleep mode, the job will resume correctly after the machine wakes up.