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Command Line Mode

From version 1.50 on, the remote administration tool LanHelper provides command line supporting for Wake-On-LAN and Remote Shutdown functionalities. Now LanHelper users are able to implement one-click operations by using shortcuts, or schedule Wake-On-LAN & Remote Shutdown tasks with Windows Task Scheduler or other scheduler programs.

Command line syntax:

LanHelper.exe <XML file>

Load an XML file that you previously saved in LanHelper.

Example:
LanHelper.exe c:\data.xml

LanHelper.exe /wol f:<text or xml file> [g:<XML group>] [ip:<ip address>]

Perform Wake-On-LAN operation.
 
f:<text or xml file> Specify a text file or LanHelper XML file that contains MAC addresses of computers you want to boot.
To a text file, its format is show below. In General tab of Wake-On-LAN dialog click Save button to get a valid-format text file.

MAC address [; IP broadcast address [; computer name]]

Example:
00-11-22-33-44-55
00-11-22-33-44-55;255.255.255.255
00-11-22-33-44-55;192.168.1.255
00-11-22-33-44-55;255.255.255.255;PC101
g:<XML group> Only select one or more XML groups of target computers from XML file. If a group name contains spaces, use double quotes to wrap it. Multiple groups are supported and use comma to separate each two names.
ip:<ip address> Specify a broadcast address or unicast address. By default it's 255.255.255.255. From version 1.92 on, you can set IP to 0.0.0.0 when specify an XML file. The program will regard the ip address of each item in XML file as an unicast address.

Example:
LanHelper.exe /wol f:c:\data.xml
LanHelper.exe /wol f:c:\data.xml g:group01 ip:192.168.10.255

LanHelper.exe /shutdown f:<text or xml file> [g:<XML group>] [restart] [force] [t:xx] [c:<comment>]

Perform Remote Shutdown operation.
 
f:<text or xml file> Specify a text file or LanHelper XML file that contains names of computers you want to shutdown.
To a text file, it only contains a list of computer names, one computer per line.
g:<XML group> Only select one or more XML groups of target computers from XML file. If a group name contains spaces, use double quotes to wrap it. Multiple groups are supported and use comma to separate each two names.
restart Restart computer instead of shutdown.
force Forcibly close the running applications with unsaved changes
t:xx Daley xx seconds. The default is zero.
c:<comment> Specify comment to display in shutdown dialog box. Maximum of 127 characters.

Example:
LanHelper.exe /shutdown f:c:\data.xml
LanHelper.exe /shutdown f:c:\data.xml g:group01 restart force t:60 c:shutdown comment here

LanHelper.exe /abort f:<text or xml file> [g:<XML group>]

Perform Abort Remote Shutdown operation.
 
f:<text or xml file> Specify a text file or LanHelper XML file that contains names of computers you want to abort shutdown.
To a text file, it only contains a list of computer names, one computer per line.
g:<XML group> Only select one or more XML groups of target computers from XML file. If a group name contains spaces, use double quotes to wrap it. Separated multiple group names with comma.

Example:
LanHelper.exe /abort f:c:\data.xml g:group01

After a command was successfully executed, no visible message will be displayed. The operation results were logged in the log file. If the main window showed on the screen, it meant that the parameters you typed were wrong.





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