Wake-On-Lan Windows 10 (WOL) | Aug-20-2023
WakeOnLanTool is a simple Wake-on-Lan
software for corporate networks. WakeOnLanTool can wake up devices on
the network and is specially designed to allow standard corporate users
to wake up their PC. All texts are customizable to your company - and to
the desired language.
Here's a quick overview:
If you are rather looking for a free Wake-On-Lan software for administrators, please visit: PingTool, the Wake-On-Lan tool for admins.
Wake up PC with Magic Packet
WakeOnLanTool wakes up PCs on the network by sending the Magic
Packet. The Mac address of the computer to be woken up is required. If
you want to wake up a PC that is located in another IP subnet, you also
need the broadcast address. Read also the following article to make your
computers and your network ready for Wake On Lan:
On Lan Windows 10.
Wake-up across subnet boundaries
Most routers are not configured by default to allow wake-on-lan packets to pass. Read here how to solve this problem: Wake-On-Lan to other subnet.
WakeOnLanTool runs on Windows 7/8/10/11 and Server 2012/2016/2019/2022 (32 or 64 bit). It requires at least .NET Framework 4.
WakeOnLanTool wakes up computers in the network via Magic Packet.
WakeOnLanTool is not open source software, but free of charge - even for professional use.
You can download WakeOnLanTool here. The download consists of a zip
file that contains 8 files.
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The 3 exe files are provided with a digital signature of Lugrain Software GmbH (Explorer / File properties / Digital signatures). Please pay attention - only with this signature you get the real WakeOnLanTool.
WakeOnLanTool does not need to be installed and does not write to the registry.
1. Copy the 8 files into a directory, e.g. C:\Program Files (x86)\WakeOnLanTool
2. Open the WakeOnLanTool.exe file
3. Edit the WakeOnLanTool.ini and computers.txt files
Selection of the computer to be woken up
Ping a computer
Waiting until the computer is ready for RDP
The ini file