Change history for WakeMeOnLan


2017-10-14 15:28:39
Updated by billon

  • Version: v1.81 82
  • Size (in bytes): 374026 374209
  • Keywords: wake%20me%20on%20lan wakeonlan wake%20on%20lan
  • Release date: 2017-08 10-16 14
  • What's new: [list] [*]Added Removed new option to the 'Send Use The Broadcast Wake-on-LAN Address Packet To...': 'Name of the device'. If you choose this option - for every computer you wakeup, WakeMeOnLan will try According to resolve IP the name of the computer/device ('Computer Name Address' column) to IP address and then send the wakeup packet to this IP address. If the name cannot be menu resolved item, the which IP was address displayed in the 'IP Address' column inactive will since be version used 1.70. [/list]


2017-08-16 05:42:15
Updated by billon

  • Website URL: http https://www.nirsoft.net/utils/wake_on_lan.html
  • Version: v1.80 81
  • Size (in bytes): 373113 374026
  • Download URL: http https://www.nirsoft.net/utils/wakemeonlan.zip
  • Release date: 2017-07 08-17 16
  • What's new: [list] [*]When Added using new the option combination to 'Send of [font=monospace]/scan[/font] and The one Wake-on-LAN Packet To...': 'Name of the save device'. If command-line you choose this option ([font=monospace]/scomma[/font], [font=monospace]/shtml[/font] and - for so every computer you wakeup, WakeMeOnLan will try to resolve on...) the 'Status' field is name now of updated the according computer/device ('Computer Name' column) to scan IP result. e.g.: [font=monospace]WakeMeOnLan.exe /scan /shtml address c:\temp\status.html[/font]. [*]Fixed and bug: On then some send systems, WakeMeOnLan the wakeup failed packet to detect this correctly IP address. If the active name network cannot adapter be for resolved, the IP address displayed in the 'IP Address' column will be scanning used. [/list]


2017-07-18 04:44:17
Updated by billon

  • Version: v1.79 80
  • Size (in bytes): 372618 373113
  • Release date: 2017-04 07-30 17
  • What's new: [list] [*]Updated When using the internal combination MAC of [font=monospace]/scan[/font] and addresses one database. [*]Added of 64 the save command-bit line option ([font=monospace]/scomma[/font], [font=monospace]/shtml[/font] and so on...) the 'Status' field is now updated according to scan result. e.g.: [font=monospace]WakeMeOnLan.exe /scan /shtml c:\temp\status.html[/font]. [*]Fixed bug: On some systems, WakeMeOnLan failed to detect correctly the active network adapter for version scanning. [/list]


2017-05-01 08:10:07
Updated by billon

  • Screenshot: Updated


2017-05-01 08:05:48
Updated by billon

  • Version: v1.78 79
  • Size (in bytes): 363291 372618
  • Release date: 2016 2017-09 04-16 30
  • What's new: [list] [*]The Updated connect the name internal is now displayed in the MAC network addresses adapters database. [*]Added list ('Advanced 64-bit Options' window). [/ version. [/list]


2016-09-16 22:26:11
Updated by billon

  • Version: v1.77 78
  • Size (in bytes): 363143 363291
  • Release date: 2016-08 09-17 16
  • What's new: [list] [*]Updated The connect name is now displayed in the internal network MAC adapters addresses list ('Advanced database. [/ Options' window). [/list]


2016-08-18 06:32:52
Updated by billon

  • Version: v1.76 77
  • Size (in bytes): 354371 363143
  • Icon: Updated
  • Release date: 2016-04 08-20 17
  • What's new: [list] [*]The Updated default of 'Send The Wake-on-LAN Packet To...' option is now 'Broadcast Address According to IP Address' instead of 'Broadcast Address 255.255.255.255'. This change is made because on some Windows 10/8 systems, the 'Broadcast Address internal 255.255.255.255' option MAC doesn't addresses work database. [/list]


2016-04-20 18:13:05
Updated by billon

  • Version: v1.75 76
  • Size (in bytes): 347917 354371
  • Release date: 2016-03 04-19 20
  • What's new: [list] [*]Added [font=monospace]/wakeupmulti[/font] command The default of 'Send The Wake-line on-LAN Packet To...' option, which allows is you now 'Broadcast to Address wake According up to multiple IP computers, for Address' instead example: [font=monospace]/wakeupmulti of 'Broadcast 192.168.0.25 Address 192 255.168 255.0 255.31 255'. This 192 change is made because on some Windows 10/8 systems, the 'Broadcast Address 255.168 255.0 255.35[/font]. [/ 255' option doesn't work. [/list]


2016-03-19 20:12:46
Updated by billon

  • Version: v1.73 75
  • Size (in bytes): 347447 347917
  • Release date: 2016-01 03-23 19
  • What's new: [list] [*]Added [font=monospace]/wakeupmulti[/font] command-line the 'Start option, which Scanning - Only allows Selected IPs' option you to the right-click wake context up menu. [*]Updated multiple the computers, for internal example: [font=monospace]/wakeupmulti MAC 192.168.0.25 addresses 192.168.0.31 database. [/ 192.168.0.35[/font]. [/list]


2016-01-24 11:44:48
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v1.72 73
  • Size (in bytes): 342130 347447
  • Release date: 2015 2016-12 01-21 23
  • What's new: [list] [*]Added the 'Start Scanning - Only Selected IPs' option to the right-click context menu. [*]Updated the internal MAC addresses database. [/list]


2015-12-21 18:42:40
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v1.71 72
  • Size (in bytes): 341883 342130
  • Release date: 2015-05 12-07 21
  • What's new: [list] [*]Updated Added 'Start the Scanning - Only internal Selected MAC addresses database IPs' option. [/list]


2015-09-26 13:05:11
Updated by Checker

  • System Requirement:


2015-05-08 18:06:15
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v1.70 71
  • Size (in bytes): 316235 341883
  • Release date: 2015-04 05-06 07
  • What's new: [list] [*]Added 'Send The Wake-on-LAN To...' option (Under Updated the Options internal menu): Broadcast MAC Address 255.255.255.255 (The default), Broadcast Address According to IP Address, or IP Address of the device. [*]Fixed issue: On some systems, WakeMeOnLan added items with 00-00-00-00-00-00 as MAC addresses address database. [/list]


2015-04-07 18:08:32
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v1.68 70
  • Size (in bytes): 315316 316235
  • Screenshot: Updated
  • Release date: 2015-01 04-22 06
  • What's new: [list] [*]Added 'Copy Send As The Hosts Wake-on-LAN File' To...' option (Ctrl+H). [/ Under the Options menu): Broadcast Address 255.255.255.255 (The default), Broadcast Address According to IP Address, or IP Address of the device. [*]Fixed issue: On some systems, WakeMeOnLan added items with 00-00-00-00-00-00 as MAC address. [/list]


2015-01-22 18:45:52
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v1.67 68
  • Size (in bytes): 315227 315316
  • Release date: 0000 2015-00 01-00 22
  • What's new: [list] [*]Added 'Scan Copy Listed As IPs Hosts On Start File' option. [/ (Ctrl+H). [/list]


2014-10-28 19:09:32
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v1.66 67
  • Size (in bytes): 315143 315227
  • What's new: [list] [*]Fixed bug: WakeMeOnLan failed to sort the computers list properly on start. [*]Added 'Index' column, which Scan represents Listed the IPs order On that the computers were added Start' option. [/list]


2014-08-12 17:39:16
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v1.65 66
  • Size (in bytes): 314901 315143
  • What's new: [list] [*]Added Fixed option bug: WakeMeOnLan failed to scan only sort the IP computers addresses list listed properly in on the start. [*]Added 'Index' column, which main represents window the of order WakeMeOnLan. ('Start that the Scanning - Only computers Listed were IPs' - Ctrl+F5) [/ added. [/list]


2014-03-27 21:10:23
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v1.62 65
  • Size (in bytes): 314699 314901
  • What's new: [list] [*]You Added can option now to specify scan host only name the as IP addresses listed in the broadcast main window of WakeMeOnLan. ('Start Scanning - Only Listed address. [/ IPs' - Ctrl+F5) [/list]


2014-03-22 11:50:10
Updated by Checker

  • Forum topic ID: 0 10706


2014-02-23 18:43:26
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v1.61 62
  • Size (in bytes): 314602 314699
  • What's new: [list] [*]Added You new can option now to 'Change specify Wake host Up name Settings as of the Selected broadcast Items' window: 'Send multiple Wake-on-LAN packets'. [/ address. [/list]


2013-12-16 00:12:14
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v1.60 61
  • Size (in bytes): 313925 314602
  • What's new: [list] [*]Added new option to 'Change Wake Up Settings of Selected Items' option, which allows you to assign for every item the port number and the broadcast address that will be used instead of the default port number/broadcast address. You can select window: 'Send multiple items and then change the port number and broadcast address for all selected items at Wake-on-LAN once. [/ packets'. [/list]


2013-10-29 17:38:57
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v1.55 60
  • Size (in bytes): 312439 313925
  • What's new: [list] [*]Added /cfg 'Change command-line Wake Up Settings of Selected Items' option, which instructs allows WakeMeOnLan you to use assign a for config every file item in the another port location number and the broadcast address that will be used instead of the default config port number/broadcast address. You can select multiple items and then change the port number and broadcast address file, for example: WakeMeOnLan.exe /cfg "%AppData%\WakeMeOnLan.cfg" [/ all selected items at once. [/list]


2013-10-04 15:03:26
Updated by Checker

  • What's new: [list] [*]Added /cfg command-line option, which instructs WakeMeOnLan to use a config file in another location instead if of the default config file, for example: WakeMeOnLan.exe /cfg "%AppData%\WakeMeOnLan.cfg" [/list]


2013-10-04 15:00:44
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v1.53 55
  • Size (in bytes): 318154 312439
  • What's new: [list] [*]Updated Added /cfg command-line option, which instructs WakeMeOnLan to use a config file in another location instead if the internal default MAC config addresses file, for database. [/ example: WakeMeOnLan.exe /cfg "%AppData%\WakeMeOnLan.cfg" [/list]


2013-08-15 22:11:31
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v1.52 53
  • System Requirement:
  • Size (in bytes): 824864 318154
  • What's new: [list] [*]Added 'Auto Size Columns+Headers' option. [*]Added option to choose the font displayed on Updated the main internal window MAC of addresses WakeMeOnLan database. [/list]


2013-07-13 18:33:23
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v1.51 52
  • Size (in bytes): 824677 824864
  • What's new: [list] [*]When Added 'Auto you Size choose Columns+Headers' option. [*]Added option to scan specific IP addresses range, WakeMeOnLan now automatically skips choose the broadcast font addresses, according displayed to on the IP main addresses/Subnet masks settings window of every network adapter. [*]The default button of the delete question-box is 'No', in order to avoid from deleting by mistake WakeMeOnLan. [/list]


2013-05-15 17:22:45
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v1.50 51
  • Size (in bytes): 823735 824677
  • What's new: [list] [*]Added 'Use When Broadcast you Address According choose to IP scan Address' option. When specific it's IP turn addresses on range, the WakeMeOnLan broadcast now address automatically is skips calculated the broadcast addresses, according to the IP address. For addresses/Subnet Example, if masks the settings IP of address every is 192.168.0.10, then 192.168.0.255 will be used as broadcast network address adapter. [*]Fixed The bug: WakeMeOnLan default failed to button load of the external delete MAC addresses file (oui.txt) when every line has 2 leading space characters. (Sometimes this file question-box is 'No', in provided order with to leading space characters, I avoid don't from really deleting know by why...) [/ mistake. [/list]


2013-02-22 18:00:36
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v1.48 50
  • Size (in bytes): 822021 823735
  • What's new: [list] [*]Updated Added 'Use Broadcast Address According to IP Address' option. When it's turn on, the internal broadcast address is calculated according to the IP address. For Example, if the IP address is 192.168.0.10, then 192.168.0.255 will be used as broadcast address. [*]Fixed bug: WakeMeOnLan failed to load the external MAC addresses database. [/ file (oui.txt) when every line has 2 leading space characters. (Sometimes this file is provided with leading space characters, I don't really know why...) [/list]


2013-01-24 18:45:52
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v1.47 48
  • Size (in bytes): 725893 822021
  • What's new: [list] [*]Fixed issue: The properties dialog-box and other windows opened in Updated the wrong monitor, on multi-monitors system. [*]Added 'Mark Odd/Even Rows' option, under the View menu. When it's turned on, the odd and even rows are displayed in different color, to make it easier to read internal a MAC single addresses line database. [/list]


2012-12-25 00:06:18
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v1.46 47
  • Size (in bytes): 725430 725893
  • What's new: [list] [*]Fixed /wakeup command-line issue: The option properties to dialog-box accept and MAC other Address windows opened in xxxxxxxxxxxx the wrong format monitor, when on multi-monitors system. [*]Added 'Mark Odd/Even Rows' option, under the computer View is menu. When not it's in turned on, the list odd and even rows are displayed in different color, to make it easier to read a single line. [/list]


2012-11-20 16:14:47
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v1.45 46
  • Size (in bytes): 725258 725430
  • What's new: [list] [*]Added new Fixed /wakeup command-line options: /UseIPAddressesRange , /IPAddressFrom , /IPAddressTo , and option to accept MAC Address in xxxxxxxxxxxx format, when the computer is not in the more... [/ list. [/list]


2012-11-14 21:04:15
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v1.41 45
  • System Requirement:
  • Size (in bytes): 713994 725258
  • What's new: [list] [*]Added /wakeupiprange new command-line option, which allows you to wake up computers in the specified IP addresses options: /UseIPAddressesRange , /IPAddressFrom , /IPAddressTo , and range [/ more... [/list]


2012-11-02 23:21:55
Updated by webfork

  • How to extract: Download the ZIP package and extract to a folder of your choice. Launch [i]WakeMeOnLan.exe. [/i].


2012-11-01 10:19:36
Updated by lautrepay

  • Version: v1.40 41
  • What's new: [list] [*]Fixed Added /wakeupiprange bug: For command-line some computers the workgroup name displayed instead of the computer name option, if which the allows NetBIOS you scan to was wake turned up on. [*]Added computers Workgroup column (This column is filled only if in the NetBIOS scan specified is IP turned addresses on) [/ range [/list]


2012-09-10 08:20:07
Updated by Checker

  • Version: V1 v1.40
  • Icon: Updated


2012-09-10 08:16:57
Updated by Checker

  • Version: V1.37 40
  • System Requirement:
  • Synopsis: WakeMeOnLan allows you to easily turn on one or more computers remotely by sending Wake-on-LAN (WOL) packet over the network. This will return machines from a standby or turned-off state, useful for administrators or to save electricity until resources are needed. WakeMeOnLan also allows you to scan your network and collect the MAC addresses of all online computers. This information can be exported to a file. Additionally, an available command-line interface can turn on a computer using a computer name, IP address, or the MAC address of the remote network card.
  • Size (in bytes): 713675 713994
  • What's new: [list] [*]Fixed bug: WakeMeOnLan For crashed some on computers some the systems workgroup when name starting displayed instead of the scanning computer and name, if the 'Clear ARP NetBIOS Cache scan On was turned on. [*]Added Workgroup column (This column is filled only if the Every NetBIOS Scan' option scan is turned on. ) [/list]


2012-06-19 16:15:03
Updated by Checker

  • Version: V1.36 37
  • Size (in bytes): 713480 713675
  • What's new: Added 'Clear Fixed ARP bug: WakeMeOnLan Cache crashed On on Every some Scan' option. This systems option when is useful for Windows 2000/XP, because if starting the ARP scanning cache is not cleared, a device might be displayed as connected even when it's not connected, because and the 'Clear ARP information is taken from the cache of Windows operating Cache system. On Windows Vista/7, this Every Scan' option is irrelevant, because the ARP scanning is not affected by the turned cache on.


2012-06-05 15:05:45
Updated by Checker

  • Version: V1.35 36
  • Size (in bytes): 712364 713480
  • What's new: Added 'Add Clear New ARP Computer Cache On Every Scan' option (Ctrl+N), which . This allows option you is to useful manually for add Windows new 2000/XP, because computer if to the ARP cache is not cleared, a device might be displayed as connected even when it's not connected, because the list ARP information is taken from the cache of Windows operating system. Added 'Edit On Selected Windows Vista/7, this Computer' option (Ctrl+E), which allows is you irrelevant, because to the edit ARP the scanning selected is computer not affected by the entry cache.


2012-05-20 14:59:23
Updated by Checker

  • Version: V1.30 35
  • Size (in bytes): 710007 712364
  • What's new: Added 'Add new New Computer' option (In Ctrl+N), which Advanced allows Options window): Use NetBIOS protocol you to locate manually computers add on new other network segments. By default, WakeMeOnLan uses only ARP protocol computer to detect the computers on your network list. If Added 'Edit this Selected Computer' option (Ctrl+E), which is allows turned on, WakeMeOnLan also scans your network with NetBIOS protocol. As opposed you to ARP, NetBIOS scan can also detect computers located edit on the other selected network computer segments entry.


2012-04-09 09:50:06
Updated by Checker

  • Version: V1.28 30
  • Size (in bytes): 707931 710007
  • What's new: Added 'Ask Before new Wake Up' option (In Advanced Options window): Use NetBIOS protocol to locate computers on other network segments. By default, WakeMeOnLan uses only ARP protocol to detect computers on your network. If this option is turned on. If , WakeMeOnLan you also turn scans it your off, the 'Wake network Up with Selected NetBIOS Computers' option protocol. As will opposed work to immediately ARP, without NetBIOS scan can also detect computers located on asking other any network question segments.


2012-03-14 21:28:56
Updated by Checker

  • Version: V1.27 28
  • Size (in bytes): 706607 707931
  • What's new: Added 'Start Ask As Before Hidden Wake Up' option. When By default, this option and 'Put is Icon turned On on. If Tray' option you are turn turned it on off, the 'Wake main Up window Selected of WakeMeOnLan Computers' option will be work invisible immediately, without on asking any start question.


2012-02-22 20:55:07
Updated by Checker

  • Version: V1.26 27
  • Size (in bytes): 706363 706607
  • What's new: The /wakeup Added 'Start command-line As Hidden' option. When now this accepts option and 'Put Icon On Tray' option are turned on, the main window of WakeMeOnLan MAC will addresses be in invisible xxxxxxxxxxxx on format start.


2012-02-16 16:13:22
Updated by Checker

  • Version: V1.25 26
  • Size (in bytes): 706166 706363
  • What's new: Added 'MAC The /wakeup Address command-line Format' option, under the now Options menu. Copy accepts MAC Address addresses option in now xxxxxxxxxxxx allows you to copy multiple MAC addresses format.


2011-12-12 18:57:23
Updated by Checker


    2011-12-12 18:56:02
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: V1.21 25
    • Size (in bytes): 705441 706166
    • What's new: Fixed Added 'MAC bug: When Address using Format' option, under the 'Scan the Options following menu. Copy IP MAC addresses Address range' option, WakeMeOnLan didn't now scan allows the you last to IP copy address multiple in MAC the specified IP range addresses.


    2011-11-08 19:08:31
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: V1.20 21
    • Synopsis: WakeMeOnLan allows you to easily turn on one or more computers remotely by sending Wake-on-LAN (WOL) packet over the network. This will return machines from a standby or turned-off state, useful for administrators or to save electricity until resources are needed. . WakeMeOnLan also allows you to scan your network and collect the MAC addresses of all online computers. This information can be exported to a file.Additionally, an available command-line interface can turn on a computer using a computer name, IP address, or the MAC address of the remote network card.
    • Size (in bytes): 705203 705441
    • What's new: Added Fixed bug: When using the 'Put Scan Icon the On following Tray IP addresses range' option, WakeMeOnLan didn't scan the last IP address in the specified IP range.


    2011-10-31 22:24:46
    Updated by webfork

    • Synopsis: WakeMeOnLan allows you to easily turn on one or more computers remotely by sending Wake-on-LAN (WOL) packet over the network. This will return machines from a standby or turned-off state, useful for administrators or standby to state. While save the electricity machines until resources are on, needed. WakeMeOnLan also allows you to scan your network and collect the MAC addresses of all your online computers. This information can be exported to a file.Additionally, an available command-line interface can turn on a computer using a computer name, IP address, or the MAC address of the remote network card.


    2011-10-31 10:06:05
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: V1.15 20
    • Size (in bytes): 704109 705203
    • What's new: Added /wakeupall 'Put command-line Icon On Tray' option, which allows to easily wake up all computers in the list from command-line.


    2011-10-20 19:07:06
    Updated by Checker

    • Synopsis: WakeMeOnLan allows you to easily turn on one or more computers remotely by sending Wake-on-LAN (WOL) packet over the network. This will return machines from a turned-off or standby state. While the machines are on, WakeMeOnLan allows you to scan your network and collect the MAC addresses of all your computers. This information can be exported to a file.Additionally, an available command-line interface can can turn on a computer using a computer name, IP address, or the MAC address of the remote network card.


    2011-10-20 17:53:33
    Updated by webfork

    • Synopsis: WakeMeOnLan allows you to easily turn on one or more computers remotely by sending Wake-on-LAN (WOL) packet over the network. This will return machines from a turned-off or standby state. While the machines are on, WakeMeOnLan allows you to scan your network and collect the MAC addresses of all your computers. This information can be exported to a file.On Additionally, an the available command-line, the program interface can can turn on a computer using a computer name, IP address, or the MAC address of the remote network card.


    2011-10-20 13:59:07
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: V1.12 15
    • Size (in bytes): 703090 704109
    • What's new: Fixed Added /wakeupall the command-line option, which allows to easily wake up all sorting computers of in the IP list Address from column command-line.


    2011-09-28 18:53:53
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: V1.11 12
    • Size (in bytes): 702997 703090
    • What's new: Added /scan Fixed command-line the option, which sorting automatically scans your network and update of the .cfg file without displaying any IP user Address interface column.


    2011-09-24 18:38:29
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: V1.00 11
    • Synopsis: WakeMeOnLan allows you to easily turn on one or more computers remotely by sending Wake-on-LAN (WOL) packet over the network. . This will return machines from a turned-off or standby state. . While the machines are on, WakeMeOnLan allows you to scan your network and collect the MAC addresses of all your computers. . This information can be exported to a file.On the command-line, the program can turn on a computer using a computer name, IP address, or the MAC address of the remote network card.
    • Size (in bytes): 700667 702997
    • What's new: Added /scan command-line option, which automatically scans your network and update the .cfg file without displaying any user interface.


    2011-08-18 22:07:24
    Updated by webfork

    • Synopsis: This utility WakeMeOnLan allows you to easily turn on one or more computers remotely by sending Wake-on-LAN (WOL) packet to over the remote network. This computers. When will your return computers machines are from a turned-off or standby state. While the machines are on, WakeMeOnLan allows you to scan your network, and collect the MAC addresses of all your computers, and . This save information the can computers be list exported into to a file. Later, when .On your the computers are turned off or in standby mode command-line, you can use the stored program computers list to easily choose the computer you want to can turn on, and then turn on all these computers with a single computer click.¬†WakeMeOnLan also allows you to turn on using a computer from command-line, by specifying the computer name, IP address, or the MAC address of the remote network card.


    2011-08-18 20:09:26
    Updated by Checker

    • How to extract: Download the ZIP packet package and extract to a folder of your choice. Launch WakeMeOnLan.exe.


    2011-08-18 20:06:32
    Updated by Checker

    • Stealth: No Yes


    2011-08-18 20:04:14
    Updated by Checker

    • How to extract: Download the ZIP packet and extract to a folder of your choice. Launch WakeMeOnLan.exe .


    2011-08-18 19:58:48
    Added by Checker