I found that Windows could not run the Zerotier service for a long time when I found Windows for remote network awakening. What can I do to solve it?
After remotely waking up the Windows host, pinging the IP of this Windows host from other hosts results in no reply for a long time, usually needing to wait 10 minutes before it can be connected. I suspect the zerotier service on this woken up host does not start immediately, so I should manually start it after wake up. For example, I can set scheduled tasks to run commands to start zerotier service after wake up.
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