Step 4: Hack the Registry
Here’s where things really start getting sloppy. The developers had neither the confidence in their shutdown code, nor the foresight about a missing installation step needed to make this easy. If you want your UPS to turn off after your computer shuts down during a blackout, and then turn back on when the power is restored, you have to change this registry value. It’s located at HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\Apcupsd\ImagePath and all you have to do is add “-p” on to the end of it. This also makes you familiar with what to erase if your UPS starts turning off at the wrong time.
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