Wake on LAN technology allows a network administrator to remotely turn on or “wake” a computer from a sleep state. Remotely powering on computers to perform scheduled maintenance tasks allows them to be turned off over night, thereby reducing power consumption without interfering with maintenance processes.
For a more detailed description of Wake on LAN technology, visit this definition.
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