Perhaps this is intended, or perhaps it has always been this way, but I just noticed recently that, although Power Scheduler (correctly) blocks a "sleep" command (from remote) when recording is in progress, it doesn't seem to prevent such a command from taking effect when other blocking criteria are present, e.g.: Applications running which are listed under "Processes which should prevent standby" (in TV Server Config.) MP client is not running and "Only allow standby on home window" is checked. (in MP config) Substantial network activity is taking place and "Do not put the computer to sleep while the network is active" is checked ( in TV Server Config), Is this the intended behaviour? I would expect / like these criteria to prevent sleep / standby / shutdown regardless of whether the command results from an idle timeout or from a remote command.