Automated reboot

With our admin panel you can trigger automated reboots, the reboot will briefly drop power for a few seconds and then restore power of your Mac. 

In order to support the automated reboot, make sure you use the following power settings:

  • Set "Computer sleep" to Never
  • Set "Display sleep" to Never
  • Check "Put the hard disks to sleep when possible"
  • Check "Wake for network access"
  • Check "Start up automatically after a power failure"
  • Click "Schedule..."
    • Set "Start up or wake" "Every day" at “00:00 AM” (If you accidently shut down your Mac, this setting will start it again at the specified time)




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