10.11.3 updated computer won't sleep now

MacBkPro will be not not to go sleep ever (not with menu or keyboard commands or the cover.)  Energy saver prefs checked and they are always the same settings as before the update.

Was suggested to me that the SCM needs to be reset.  This is usually a last ditch thing.

Is there anything else I could check before resorting to a SMC reset?

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Hello Tom,

For me 10.11.3 broken sleep when the lid is closed, but I can still use the menu to sleep.

You have hopefully solve this?

Dave

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