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  1. #10


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    Win 7


    In the DRIVER

    How can I remove SRVNET SYSTEM \FILESYSTEM\SRVNET System? I put them in with the overrride command and im looking to get it out now

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  2. #11


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    64-bit Windows 10


    The powercfg -requests command is the one that shows you what active availability requests you have instead.
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  3. #12


    Posts : 12
    Win 7


    Quote Originally Posted by Brink View Post
    The powercfg -requests command is the one that shows you what active availability requests you have instead.
    I know that ... But when I run the powercfg -requestsoverride

    I see the SRVnet stuff under driver, I put that in there with an override command.. I need to get it out.. RIGHT?
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  4. #13


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    Win 7


    I used to get the SRVNET : another system sent this computer a request etc etc etc and it was keeping my win 7 system from sleeping, the other computer is an Imac. I shut off ALL sharing etc etc and now it seems to be OK.. So I just want to get out the override I put in under that DRIVER SRVNET .. thanks for your help Brink!
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  5. #14


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    It makes no difference since it's not listed in the -requests results. I don't see anything that shows you added it. Your screenshots just show that you typed the commands to list items, but none to add anything.
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  6. #15


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    Win 7


    Maybe I dont understand 100% .. When I type "POWERCFG -REQUESTSOVERRIDE " I get DRIVER SRVNET I dont type that!

    When I type POWERCFG - REQUESTS Im CLEAN!
    But when I type -REQUESTS OVERRIDE I see the SRVNET System under DRIVER!
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    Win 7


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  8. #17


    Posts : 12
    Win 7


    See I type in POWERCFG -REQUESTSOVERRIDE and under (DRIVER ) its shows SRVNET SYSYEM and FILESYSTEM \srvnet

    I put them in a few days ago with the override cmd and I must of did it wrong, thats why it DOESNT show up when I type powercfg -requests! But to DOES show up when I type in -requestsoverride..
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  9. #18


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    64-bit Windows 10


    The POWERCFG -REQUESTSOVERRIDE command by itself shows you what you set to override in the Step Two section that was listed in Step One.
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  10. #19


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    @harleymhs
    These two commands using the STEP TWO section in the tutorial should remove the 2 overrides you have that you want removed.

    powercfg -requestsoverride driver srvnet
    powercfg -requestsoverride driver \FileSystem\srvnet

    I tested this on one of my systems - works for me.
    Last edited by Brink; 22 Nov 2013 at 01:47. Reason: addition
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