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  1. And yes, I checked my Windows 11 Pro group policies and the power plan. USB and Internet devices etc., are never supposed to be suspended, or on some power plan, everything stays on except the monitor after 3 hours. Otherwise, I know when to turn something off. For now, my WiFi Pineapple works flawlessly, and I have captured over 150 handshakes and cracked almost 100 of them. But I fear I may need to contact support and possibly get a new one. It is only two months old. The attachment files are so small; here is a drive link with pictures of it running fine today and has not turned off in about 6 hours so far.
  2. As it's obviously not a good idea to just remove power from the Nano, I'm curious if there was made an accommodation at a hardware level to shut down the Nano? Perhaps hitting the reset button? Maybe some unmarked solder pads that could be used to initiate a shutdown? Could the reset button be programmed so a quick push will initiate a shutdown?
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