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jschell23-Oct-17 8:05
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Joan M wrote:
The problem is that the user will unplug it without shutting the Operating System down properly.


Reading the thread below I want to repeat what was already said...there is NO way to protect it as described.

Best you could do would be to re-engineer/re-spec the device so it has a onboard battery that has sufficient juice to allow an automatic shutdown once the real power is interrupted.

The alternative to that is that users that do not do it property are disciplined up to including being fired. After a while you will only have users that always do it "properly".

If it was me I would propose both solutions to management and let them decide. Option one is of course more expensive and requires quite a bit more code. And code that is quite complicated also.
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