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Can i use Xrcmd to open a XDMCP session in command line?

Last post: Monday, March 26, 2012 6:11 PM by Support, 5 reply

 
Wednesday, March 21, 2012 1:12 PM - fdc

Can i use Xrcmd to open a XDMCP session in command line?

 
Can i use Xrcmd to open a XDMCP session?
Someone tell me use the option "-f",but when i put 'xrcmd.exe -f' ,a error message "unexpected option [f] found in command line" pops up.
Plz tell me how to do it.

Program Ver. : Xmanager 3.0
Connect Method : XDMCP connection
Thursday, March 22, 2012 5:48 PM - Support

Re: Can i use Xrcmd to open a XDMCP session in command line?

 
Xmanager does support command line options, but you cannot use Xrcmd to open a XDMCP.

To open an XDMCP session in command line, please use the following command format:

Xmanager [-query hostname|-broadcast|-indirect hostname] [:digit]

For Example:
Xmanager –query hostname
(Replacing ‘hostname’ with your hostname)

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Thursday, March 22, 2012 6:56 PM - fdc

Re: Can i use Xrcmd to open a XDMCP session in command line?

 
Thanks for your reply!
I know this method.
Because my client has 3 IP addresses,using this method the IP Selector window will popup. I want to avoid IP Selecting.
Can i open a Static XDMCP session in command line?
If it's sure,i can make a Static XDMCP session that using one IP to avoid IP selecting.
Can i achieve it in command line?
Friday, March 23, 2012 3:18 PM - Support

Re: Can i use Xrcmd to open a XDMCP session in command line?

 
For now, you cann't pick an IP address to use. I will request this feature. Thank you.

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Saturday, March 24, 2012 4:06 AM - fdc

Re: Can i use Xrcmd to open a XDMCP session in command line?

 
Thanks!
I found message from 'Knowledge Base' in 'Xmanager' section:
" ...
Xmanager Knowledge Base
Starting Xmanager from command line
Last modified: Friday, September 4, 2009 12:09 AM
PROBLEM DESCRIPTION
Xmanager provides simple command interface (Xrcmd.exe) to start sessions via command line arguments or make Xmanager interoperate with the software you already have. By using the command line arguments, you can do the following tasks:

Start XDMCP/Xstart sessions
Start SSH/TELNET//RLOGIN sessions
Stat a connection

RESOLUTION
Starting a XDMCP/Xstat session from command line
To launch a Xmanager session, you can use a command line option such as:

xrcmd -f session_name
Ex.) xrcmd -f D:\Xmanager\Xstart\session.xss
... "

Xmanager Knowledgebase : Starting Xmanager from command line)

Can i use this method?
Monday, March 26, 2012 6:11 PM - Support

Re: Can i use Xrcmd to open a XDMCP session in command line?

 
You can use the above command to open Xmanager session.
However, using an IP address to connect to the host before creating a session, will result in IP selector window.

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