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Question - TVMW6 does not shutdown the host PC ? No.71173
benoitm  2018-12-31 22:47:24 ( ID:yvwgfnhvwrl )  

When I choose Shutdown as finishing task, it seems the system goes to sleep instead of shutting down. Is there somethnig I have to check somewhere ? (this is Windows 10 / 1803)

benoitm  2018-12-31 22:48:41 ( ID:yvwgfnhvwrl )  

Ooops - I mean TAW5 of course

tkrave  2019-01-11 05:09:16 ( ID:t7rw5rdz3jm )  

Do you have other software running that might be interrupting the shutdown process? I just tried it with my TAW5 and mine shutdown correctly after output. Also on Windows 10.

benoitm  2019-02-19 01:16:21 ( ID:ssxulmeekwr )  

I need to check this the next time, but in any case, I don't have the problem with TVMW6

benoitm  2019-03-19 17:24:43 ( ID:aacy2tticna )  

Update: the same problem exists with TVMW6 on this machine.
The only visible track left by this action is in the Windows System log:

Log Name: System
Source: User32
Date: 18/03/2019 23:46:51
Event ID: 1074
Task Category: None
Level: Information
Keywords: Classic
User: XXXX\Benoit
Computer: XXXX
The process TMPGEncVMW6.exe has initiated the power off of computer XXXX on behalf of user XXXX\Benoit for the following reason: Other (Unplanned)
Reason Code: 0x0
Shutdown Type: power off

the next event in the System log is only 8 seconds later and is an information-level event from 'Time service', but also in the Application log an event 102 from ESENT where 'The database engine (10.00.17134.0000) is starting a new instance (0)'.
This would suggest a reboot instead of a shutdown....although I see no clear event related to a reboot (e.g. events from the kernel; and 8 seconds seems a bit short for a reboot anyway)

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