Win-Config-Power

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Tested with opsi 4.0.3.1
requiredWinstVersion >= 4.10.8.3
Tested with Windows 7/8 Enterprise x64/x32
Not working for Windows XP
By Compilenix 2014-01-22

Download: installable opsi package

Tree:
|-- delsub.ins
|-- FAW gGmbH.pow
|-- once.ins
|-- pow_cnfg.png
|-- pow_cnfg_full_size.png
|-- setup.ins
`-- uninstall.ins

What is does, and what not

It Does:

  1. Setup installing default config (.pow file)
  2. Uninstall remove default config (.pow file) and set to selected property “reset_to” (default is “high_performance”)
  3. Once customize the default config (.pow file), with the product propertys (values in minutes):
    1. monitor-timeout-ac
    2. monitor-timeout-dc
    3. disk-timeout-ac
    4. disk-timeout-dc
    5. standby-timeout-ac
    6. standby-timeout-dc

It Does Not:

  1. Working for Windows XP
  2. Turn your computer into an energy-saving-machine
  3. Report any errors, to winst.

TODO

  1. May add Exception-Handling/Error-Reporting.

delsub.ins

check_uninstall.ins
if $reset_to$ = "high_performance"
	Set $reset_to_guid$ = $guid_high_performance$
endif
if $reset_to$ = "powersave"
	Set $reset_to_guid$ = $guid_powersave$
endif
if  $reset_to$ = "balanced"
	Set $reset_to_guid$ = $guid_balanced$
endif
 
Message "Reset to: " + $reset_to$ + " (" + $reset_to_guid$ + ")"
WinBatch_reset_to
 
Message "Delete: " + $name$ + " (" + $guid$ + ")"
WinBatch_Delete
 
 
 
 
[WinBatch_reset_to]
powercfg -SETACTIVE "$reset_to_guid$"
 
[WinBatch_Delete]
powercfg -DELETE "$guid$"

once.ins

delsub.ins
[Initial]
setLogLevel=9
ExitOnError=True
ScriptErrorMessages=on
TraceMode=off
StayOnTop=True
 
[Actions]
Message "Preparing..."
DefVar $guid$
DefVar $guid_balanced$
DefVar $guid_high_performance$
DefVar $guid_powersave$
DefVar $name$
DefVar $ProductId$
DefVar $OS$
DefVar $TEMP$
DefVar $MinorOS$
DefVar $reset_to$
DefVar $reset_to_guid$
DefVar $monitor-timeout-ac$
DefVar $monitor-timeout-dc$
DefVar $disk-timeout-ac$
DefVar $disk-timeout-dc$
DefVar $standby-timeout-ac$
DefVar $standby-timeout-dc$
 
Set $reset_to$				= GetProductProperty ( "reset_to",				"high_performance" )
Set $monitor-timeout-ac$		= GetProductProperty ( "monitor-timeout-ac",		"0"  )
Set $monitor-timeout-dc$		= GetProductProperty ( "monitor-timeout-dc",		"5"  )
Set $disk-timeout-ac$		= GetProductProperty ( "disk-timeout-ac",		"0"  )
Set $disk-timeout-dc$		= GetProductProperty ( "disk-timeout-dc",		"20" )
Set $standby-timeout-ac$		= GetProductProperty ( "standby-timeout-ac",		"0"  )
Set $standby-timeout-dc$		= GetProductProperty ( "standby-timeout-dc",		"30" )
 
set $ProductId$	 		= "Windows Config Power-Managment"
set $OS$				= GetOS
Set $TEMP$ 				= "C:\tmp"
set $MinorOS$			= GetNTVersion
Set $guid_balanced$		= "381b4222-f694-41f0-9685-ff5bb260df2e"
Set $guid_high_performance$	= "8c5e7fda-e8bf-4a96-9a85-a6e23a8c635c"
Set $guid_powersave$		= "a1841308-3541-4fab-bc81-f71556f20b4a"
 
Set $name$				= "FAW gGmbH"
Set $guid$				= "261d4290-da21-4fac-9f63-309ed29cdcf3"
 
ShowBitmap "%scriptpath%\pow_cnfg.png" $ProductId$
 
if $reset_to$ = "high_performance"
	Set $reset_to_guid$ = $guid_high_performance$
endif
if $reset_to$ = "powersave"
	Set $reset_to_guid$ = $guid_powersave$
endif
if  $reset_to$ = "balanced"
	Set $reset_to_guid$ = $guid_balanced$
endif
 
sub "%ScriptPath%\delsub.ins"
 
Message "Import: " + $name$ + " (" + $guid$ + ")"
Files_copy_data
WinBatch_Import
Files_delete_data
 
Message "Set Active: " + $name$ + " ( " + $guid$ + ")"
WinBatch_set_active
 
Message "Change: " + $name$ + " (" + $guid$ + ")"
WinBatch_change
 
Message "Finnished"
 
 
 
 
[Files_copy_data]
copy "%scriptpath%\$name$.pow" "$TEMP$"
 
[Files_delete_data]
delete -f "$TEMP$\$name$.pow"
 
[WinBatch_Import]
powercfg -IMPORT "$TEMP$\$name$.pow" $guid$
 
[WinBatch_set_active]
powercfg -SETACTIVE $guid$
 
[WinBatch_change]
powercfg -CHANGE -monitor-timeout-ac "$monitor-timeout-ac$"
powercfg -CHANGE -monitor-timeout-dc "$monitor-timeout-dc$"
powercfg -CHANGE -disk-timeout-ac "$disk-timeout-ac$"
powercfg -CHANGE -disk-timeout-dc "$disk-timeout-dc$"
powercfg -CHANGE -standby-timeout-ac "$standby-timeout-ac$"
powercfg -CHANGE -standby-timeout-dc "$standby-timeout-dc$"

setup.ins

setup.ins
[Initial]
setLogLevel=9
ExitOnError=True
ScriptErrorMessages=on
TraceMode=off
StayOnTop=True
 
[Actions]
Message "Preparing..."
DefVar $guid$
DefVar $guid_balanced$
DefVar $guid_high_performance$
DefVar $guid_powersave$
DefVar $name$
DefVar $ProductId$
DefVar $OS$
DefVar $TEMP$
DefVar $MinorOS$
DefVar $reset_to$
DefVar $reset_to_guid$
DefVar $monitor-timeout-ac$
DefVar $monitor-timeout-dc$
DefVar $disk-timeout-ac$
DefVar $disk-timeout-dc$
DefVar $standby-timeout-ac$
DefVar $standby-timeout-dc$
 
Set $reset_to$				= GetProductProperty ( "reset_to",				"high_performance" )
Set $monitor-timeout-ac$		= GetProductProperty ( "monitor-timeout-ac",		"0"  )
Set $monitor-timeout-dc$		= GetProductProperty ( "monitor-timeout-dc",		"5"  )
Set $disk-timeout-ac$		= GetProductProperty ( "disk-timeout-ac",		"0"  )
Set $disk-timeout-dc$		= GetProductProperty ( "disk-timeout-dc",		"20" )
Set $standby-timeout-ac$		= GetProductProperty ( "standby-timeout-ac",		"0"  )
Set $standby-timeout-dc$		= GetProductProperty ( "standby-timeout-dc",		"30" )
 
set $ProductId$	 		= "Windows Config Power-Managment"
set $OS$				= GetOS
Set $TEMP$ 				= "C:\tmp"
set $MinorOS$			= GetNTVersion
Set $guid_balanced$		= "381b4222-f694-41f0-9685-ff5bb260df2e"
Set $guid_high_performance$	= "8c5e7fda-e8bf-4a96-9a85-a6e23a8c635c"
Set $guid_powersave$		= "a1841308-3541-4fab-bc81-f71556f20b4a"
 
Set $name$				= "FAW gGmbH"
Set $guid$				= "261d4290-da21-4fac-9f63-309ed29cdcf3"
 
ShowBitmap "%scriptpath%\pow_cnfg.png" $ProductId$
 
sub "%ScriptPath%\delsub.ins"
 
Message "Import: " + $name$ + " (" + $guid$ + ")"
Files_copy_data
WinBatch_Import
Files_delete_data
 
Message "Set Active: " + $name$ + " ( " + $guid$ + ")"
WinBatch_set_active
 
Message "Finnished"
 
 
 
 
[Files_copy_data]
copy "%scriptpath%\$name$.pow" "$TEMP$"
 
[Files_delete_data]
delete -f "$TEMP$\$name$.pow"
 
[WinBatch_Import]
powercfg -IMPORT "$TEMP$\$name$.pow" $guid$
 
[WinBatch_set_active]
powercfg -SETACTIVE $guid$

uninstall.ins

uninstall.ins
[Initial]
setLogLevel=9
ExitOnError=True
ScriptErrorMessages=on
TraceMode=off
StayOnTop=True
 
[Actions]
Message "Preparing..."
DefVar $guid$
DefVar $guid_balanced$
DefVar $guid_high_performance$
DefVar $guid_powersave$
DefVar $name$
DefVar $ProductId$
DefVar $OS$
DefVar $TEMP$
DefVar $MinorOS$
DefVar $reset_to$
DefVar $reset_to_guid$
DefVar $monitor-timeout-ac$
DefVar $monitor-timeout-dc$
DefVar $disk-timeout-ac$
DefVar $disk-timeout-dc$
DefVar $standby-timeout-ac$
DefVar $standby-timeout-dc$
 
Set $reset_to$				= GetProductProperty ( "reset_to",				"high_performance" )
Set $monitor-timeout-ac$		= GetProductProperty ( "monitor-timeout-ac",		"0"  )
Set $monitor-timeout-dc$		= GetProductProperty ( "monitor-timeout-dc",		"5"  )
Set $disk-timeout-ac$		= GetProductProperty ( "disk-timeout-ac",		"0"  )
Set $disk-timeout-dc$		= GetProductProperty ( "disk-timeout-dc",		"20" )
Set $standby-timeout-ac$		= GetProductProperty ( "standby-timeout-ac",		"0"  )
Set $standby-timeout-dc$		= GetProductProperty ( "standby-timeout-dc",		"30" )
 
set $ProductId$	 		= "Windows Config Power-Managment"
set $OS$				= GetOS
Set $TEMP$ 				= "C:\tmp"
set $MinorOS$			= GetNTVersion
Set $guid_balanced$		= "381b4222-f694-41f0-9685-ff5bb260df2e"
Set $guid_high_performance$	= "8c5e7fda-e8bf-4a96-9a85-a6e23a8c635c"
Set $guid_powersave$		= "a1841308-3541-4fab-bc81-f71556f20b4a"
 
Set $name$				= "FAW gGmbH"
Set $guid$				= "261d4290-da21-4fac-9f63-309ed29cdcf3"
 
ShowBitmap "%scriptpath%\pow_cnfg.png" $ProductId$
 
sub "%ScriptPath%\delsub.ins"
 
Message "Finnished"

control

control
[Package]
version: 1
depends: 
incremental: False
 
[Product]
type: localboot
id: win-config-power
name: win-config-power
description: Set and Configure Windows Power Options
advice: costomize default config with "once" and product propertys.
version: 1.0
priority: 0
licenseRequired: False
productClasses: 
setupScript: setup.ins
uninstallScript: uninstall.ins
updateScript: 
alwaysScript: 
onceScript: once.ins
customScript: 
userLoginScript: 
 
[ProductProperty]
type: unicode
name: reset_to
multivalue: True
editable: False
values: ["balanced", "high_performance", "powersave"]
default: ["high_performance"]
 
[ProductProperty]
type: unicode
name: monitor-timeout-ac
multivalue: True
editable: True
values: ["0", "10", "20", "30", "5"]
default: ["0"]
 
[ProductProperty]
type: unicode
name: monitor-timeout-dc
multivalue: True
editable: True
values: ["0", "10", "20", "30", "5"]
default: ["5"]
 
[ProductProperty]
type: unicode
name: disk-timeout-ac
multivalue: True
editable: True
values: ["0", "10", "20", "30", "5"]
default: ["0"]
 
[ProductProperty]
type: unicode
name: disk-timeout-dc
multivalue: True
editable: True
values: ["0", "10", "20", "30", "5"]
default: ["20"]
 
[ProductProperty]
type: unicode
name: standby-timeout-ac
multivalue: True
editable: True
values: ["0", "10", "20", "30", "5"]
default: ["0"]
 
[ProductProperty]
type: unicode
name: standby-timeout-dc
multivalue: True
editable: True
values: ["0", "10", "20", "30", "5"]
default: ["30"]
 
[Changelog]
win-config-power (1.0-1) testing; urgency=low
 -- Kevin Weis <kevin.weis@faw.de>  2014-01-22.1004 +0100
 * Use "Setup" for installing default config (.pow file)
 * Use "Uninstall" for remove default config (.pow file) and set to selected property "reset_to" (default is "high_performance")
 * Use "Once" to costomize the default config (.pow file), with the product propertys (values in minutes):
    - "monitor-timeout-ac"
    - "monitor-timeout-dc"
    - "disk-timeout-ac"
    - "disk-timeout-dc"
    - "standby-timeout-ac"
    - "standby-timeout-dc"
  * Tested with Windows 7 Enterprise and Windows 8.1 Professional

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