EMCO WakeOnLan Free

Free visual Wake on LAN (WOL) utility for centralized wake-up of remote PCs

A free visual Wake on LAN (WOL) utility allows you to power up remote PCs by sending them a magic (WOL) network packet. The application is designed to operate in enterprise networks, which may include domains, workgroups and multiple subnets, to power up one or multiple remote PCs within the scope of a single operation. The centralized WOL operation can be initiated with just one mouse click. You don't need to enter MAC addresses of remote PCs in order to wake them up remotely. The application retrieves MAC addresses automatically using four MAC detection mechanisms. The Wake-on-LAN operations can be initiated on demand or scheduled for automatic execution at the defined date and time. You can also schedule recurrent daily, weekly and monthly tasks. The program allows scheduling of 2 tasks and sending a WOL packet to up to 5 PCs in a single operation. Depending on your network configuration, the application allows you to use different Wake-on-LAN packet transmission methods to be sure that the WOL packet will not be blocked by your network devices. You can use unicast, directed broadcast, local subnet or Internet transmission methods, or all of the above at the same time.

Changes: Version 2.0.3 improves performance and includes a few fixes.

Minimum requirements: Intel Core 2 Duo Processor or equivalent, 2 GB of RAM, 250 MB of free disk space.

Operating system: WinVista,WinVista x64,Win7 x32,Win7 x64

Program URL: http://emcosoftware.com/wake-on-lan

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