T420 wakes up automatically hibernate due to Intel Identity Protection Technology (IPT)

Noticed the laptop turned on itself all night and was in fashion in the morning watch...

Looking at the log events revealed that it was lit by:

Intel (R) Identity Protection Service resume inactive

Anyone know why this happens and how to disable it prior to deactivation/removal of access VIP from Symantec and Intel IPT?

Log name: Application
Source: jhi_service
Date: 05/02/2012 08:40:24
Event ID: 3
Task category: no
Level: Information
Keywords: Classic
User: n/a
Intel (R) Identity Protection Service resume inactive
The event XML:

0 x 80000000000000


Resume the suspension

Go to the Thinkpad power manager and disable "wake timers" on your currently selected power plan.

Tags: ThinkPad Notebooks

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