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Back-UPS Windows 2008

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Back-UPS Windows 2008

This was originally posted on APC forums on 7/14/2011


I have Back-UPS 900 Pro connected to server with Windows 2008 Foundation. I want to install PowerChute software, but Personal Edition don't support Win2008 and Business Edition don't support Back-UPS.
Any solutions?


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Re: Back-UPS Windows 2008

This reply was originally posted by Jonathan on APC forums on 7/14/2011


See if this works for you.

Open up Control Panel > Power Options and then look for Change Advance Power Settings if it opens up a window look for Battery. Under that you'd see different alarm and threshold settings.

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Re: Back-UPS Windows 2008

This reply was originally posted by Jonathan on APC forums on 7/14/2011


Hi Mariusz,

Unfortunately none of the APC software products would work on your operating system if you are using our BackUPS. The software that can be used here would be the Native UPS software that comes built-in with your Microsoft Operating System. Should you wish to use PCBE, you need to change your UPS into a Smart-UPS.

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Re: Back-UPS Windows 2008

This was originally posted on APC forums on 7/14/2011


Thanks for answer, unfortunately Windows 2008 haven't Native UPS Software.

BillP
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Re: Back-UPS Windows 2008

This reply was originally posted by Jonathan on APC forums on 7/14/2011


See if this works for you.

Open up Control Panel > Power Options and then look for Change Advance Power Settings if it opens up a window look for Battery. Under that you'd see different alarm and threshold settings.

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