Glad to help in any way I can. I’m running a custom built PC.
As for the Tobii service: I did disable it at one point seeing as it was the only way to stop the eye tracking software from starting on boot. I set it to manual activation then restarted the PC. The Tobii software didn’t start on boot, and so the PC went to sleep after the set time.
However I would have to re-enable the service manually in order to use the eye tracker because without the service running I can’t enable the 4C.
The batch file is a great idea, but ultimately it’s no different than just closing out the software from the tray when I’d like the computer to sleep.