As your inquiry refers to a server board, is there any specific reason why you need to put such a system into hibernation?
It may seem strange for a server, but as I said, I installed Windows Server 2012 R2 essentials for my Home server.
I need it to be online only from 17:00 - 24:00 and week-ends. I could make it hibernate most of the week.
Moreover, with the lightsout plugin, it is easy to wake up the server whenever some client need it.
I will be checking into your inquiry. Once I have an update, I'll post it here.
Thank you for providing more details.
As I further investigate, please, provide the following information:
1. Is Intel® Remote Management Module 4 (Intel® RMM4) set up on the Intel® Server Board S1200BTLR in question?
2. What is the basic system configuration (please, include what the processor model is) on the server board?
The answers to these questions will surely help provide a definitive answer in respect to S4 state being or not supported.
No RMM4 module that I know of is intalled on this Intel® Server Board S1200BTLR .
System Name Titan
Asset Tag ....................
BIOS Version S1200BT.86B.02.00.0042
System GUID F91E1F751CB711E2A9C500101859A779
Manufacturer Intel Corporation
Platform ID S1200BTL
SDR Version SDR Package 1.16
BMC Version 1.19.6433
HSC Version HSC_NOT_PRESENT
Serial Number QSBT24206355
Operating System Name Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard (build 9600), 64-bit
Operating System / Kernel Version 6.3.9600
Operating System Build 9600
Processor Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E3-1230 V2 @ 3.30GHz
Your inquiry is under investigation, and so, as I have an update, I will post it here.
Thanks a lot. i was afraid I could have missed something while setting up the box / server.