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Vuze and Windows shutting down
I have the latest Vuze ( using the scheduler - the scheduler essentially stops Vuze's communication in the AM and I want to shut the machine down using a Windows task scheduler.  The problem is, when I restart the machine, Vuze complains of not being shutdown "tidy".  I did a quick check and found no "shutdown" option with the Vuze command-line.  

Q: Why is Vuze not "honoring" the Windows shutdown initiation and NOT "shutting down in a tidy manner"?  If there was a command-line option, worst case I could add that to the group policy for shutting down.  I know of "shutdown" features in Vuze but they relate to actions and not time.  IMO, Vuze should shutdown nicely if Windows says so.  


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