Difference between revisions of "Manual:The Dude v6/client shortcut arguments"

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* Target: (disk id):(path_to_dude)\dude.exe --connect (IP/DNS) (user) (pass) --secure \n
* Target: (disk id):(path_to_dude)\dude.exe --connect (IP/DNS) (user) (pass) --secure \n
* Start in: (disk id):(path_to_dude)
* Start in: (disk id):(path_to_dude)
== IRL example ==
Example from shortcut to some test server.
* Target: "C:\Program Files (x86)\Dude\dude.exe" --connect 192.168.30.60 admin "" --secure
* Start in: "C:\Program Files (x86)\Dude"

Revision as of 16:14, 3 February 2016

Same as Winbox tool The Dude client can be quick launched via shortcut with certain arguments to automatically connect to some preferred sever.

Plain connection mode

  • Target: (disk id):(path_to_dude)\dude.exe --connect (IP/DNS) (user) (pass)
  • Start in: (disk id):(path_to_dude)

Secure connection mode

By default same as loader shortcut will use plain connection mode, to use secure mode in the end of target add: --secure

  • Target: (disk id):(path_to_dude)\dude.exe --connect (IP/DNS) (user) (pass) --secure \n
  • Start in: (disk id):(path_to_dude)

IRL example

Example from shortcut to some test server.

  • Target: "C:\Program Files (x86)\Dude\dude.exe" --connect 192.168.30.60 admin "" --secure
  • Start in: "C:\Program Files (x86)\Dude"