My PC has dual boot Ubuntu and Windows 10, installed on separate hard drive.
Some background details: when the PC power on, it goes to the grub menu, and default on Ubuntu. Each time I want to use the Windows, I switch the grub menu (I wrote a bash script, so I usually WOL the PC, SSH in Ubuntu, and run the script and wait for windows start, then I can use windows with Remote desktop)
The problem is WOL only works if I shutdown the PC from Ubuntu. And if I shutdown PC in the Windows, the WOL can never wake up the computer. So each time I finished work with the windows, I restart and let it boot back to the default Ubuntu, then I shutdown the Ubuntu, this way, I can WOL the PC next time.
FYI, The WOL used to work with the Windows before I installed the Ubuntu. The ethernet port is Intel I-219V, on the Windows, I have disabled Hibernate, fast boot, and disabled Ethernet power saving or whatever it called.
Any help on this? What should I look at with the Windows to solve this issue? Or is it supposed to be function like this? Thank you.