Z600 workstation: workstation Z600 not auto start after power loss

I use a HP Z600 workstation.

BIOS version

786 G 4 V0.3.54

OS is duel boot Windows 7 Professional 64 - bit Ubuntu & 14.04LTS

Using Setup F10 I have:

1. active Advanced-> Bios Power On for all days of the week and took one hour for power on

2. under Advanced-> Device Options, I enabled wake on lan

3. under advanced-> power on-> Options after the loss of power, I put the option "always on."

If push the power on button on the front of the machine, it auto starts with Linux.

If I pull the plug, the machine switches off immediately.

If I plug the machine in, nothing DON'T get PAST!

It lights up. I have to press the button.

If I unplug the machine and then plug it in and wait for the moment Pwoer of BIOS on, do NOT start machine or turn on at the set time. Again, I must press the button to turn it on.

What I'm missing or doing wrong. The machine is used as a remote server. It should restart automatically after a power loss.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Nothing changed and the problem disappeared.

Had a power outage for 4 hours in the building.

When the power was restored machine automatically restarted.

So pulling plug on Z600, machine is not self-priming.

Be able to fail the entire building: boots of router, monitor, Z600 and machines.

Tags: HP Desktops

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