When using the APC PowerChute software you can (must) run a script to shutdown your servers before battery is too low.
On the PowerChute web page, select the events you want to run a script from.
Add the default.cmd (C:\Program Files\APC\PowerChute Business Edition\agent\cmdfiles\default.cmd) command file.
The default.cmd contains after a fresh install :
rem Maximize for best viewing
rem This command file provides examples of proper command file syntax
rem Command Files run by PowerChute Business Edition must be placed in this directory.
rem Use the full path name of executable programs and external command files.
rem The @START command must be used to run executable programs (see example below).
rem For the @START command, path names that include spaces must be enclosed in quotes;
rem arguments for the executable must be outside the quotes. A double quote must
rem precede the quoted path name. For example, to execute a command file in
rem c:\Program Files\APC\PowerChute Business Edition\agent\cmdfiles called myShut.exe,
rem the following line should be entered in the command file:
rem @START "" "c:\Program Files\APC\PowerChute Business Edition\agent\cmdfiles\myShut.exe"
Add some new commands at the end like :
@START "" "C:\WINDOWS\system32\shutdown.exe" /s /f /m \\myserver.mydomain.intra /c "APC Shutdown" /d 6:12
This will shutdown your server remotely, closing all open applications and with a warning message.
You can add other commands or batch too.
IMPORTANT : the powerchute agent service may not run with sufficiant privilieges, so it cannot execute a shutdown on a remote server. Usually it uses a local account.
You need to change it to use an AD admin account :
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