Originally Posted by Sean Webster
Yep That is what I was getting at. I just set sleep to never and make it sleep when I get off.
How do you disable it completely tho? lol
Sometimes you can disable S3 in the BIOS.
You can disable hibernate via the powercfg command line tool (powercfg /h off) - I think you know this one already....
If the option isn't in the BIOS you can disable sleep via Group Policy, either via a Domain Controller in a managed network, or the Local Policy (gpedit.msc).
Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > System > Power Management > Sleep Settings