Free Wake-on-LAN utility with UI, designed to wake up multiple PCs at once and work in large corporate networks that may include multiple subnets. The application has a feature to detect MAC addresses of remote PCs that allows to automate WOL tasks.
WakeOnLan Professional 1.0.3 Wake-on-LAN utility with UI and scheduling features that allows to automate wake up of remote PCs across the local network. The application is designed to work in large networks that may include subnets and operate with multiple remote PCs.
Description: Free Wake-on-LAN utility with UI. It allows to wake up one or multiple PCs across a local network by sending them a magic packet. This utility can wake up multiple PCs in scope of one operation and is ready to work in large networks that may include multiple subnets. You can use it to send a centralized wake up command to remote PCs that can be initiated with a single click. The application features an automatic MAC addresses detection mechanism, so you don't need to enter MAC addresses of remote PCs manually.
The application allows you to configure a magic packet transmission methods according with your needs. Different network configurations may block some types of network packets, so you can select transmission method that is allowed in your network. The application can send magic packet using unicast, directed broadcast, local subnet and Internet transmission methods.
EMCO WakeOnLan Professional 1.0.3 An advanced visual Wake on LAN (WOL) tool with scheduling. It is ready to operate in large-scale networks to wake up multiple remote PCs both on demand and on schedule. All remote
EMCO WakeOnLan Free 1.0.3 A free visual Wake on LAN (WOL) tool ready to work in enterprise networks to power up remote PCs. It can automatically detect MAC addresses of remote PCs and simultaneously wake up
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