|-hi||Wakeup after standby/hibernate (ini) (wosb-integration only)|
|-t <xx>||Timeout in seconds or precise time|
|-t:<xx:xx>||Timeout in seconds or precise time|
|Locks the computer immediately.|
Shutdown7.exe -s -t 30
|Shuts down the computer after 30 seconds.|
Shutdown7.exe -e:"C:\Windows\notepad.exe" -t:"18:00"
|Launch notepad at 18:00.|
Shutdown7.exe -s -t 1800 -server www.shutdown7.com
|Instruct computer to shutdown in half an hour (remote).|
Download WOSB from the developers website.
Copy the wosb.exe in the same directory as Shutdow7.exe.
Start Shutdown7 and open the settings. Activate the integration by checking the appropriate checkbox..
Click 'OK' and restart the program..
In the new created WOSB.xml you can specify the wakeup times Shutdown7 should use when the command Wakeup (Ini) is executed. Up to four times per day can be scheduled.
Moreover, you can specify custom parameters, e.g. launching a program upon wakeup.
These are the requirements for remote-shutdown:
If you have a router you have to forward the port to your computer.
Go to the router webinterface (usually 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.2.1) and setup port forwarding. For further instructions refer to the router manual.
Test the connection with Shutdown7 (see below).
If you are using a software-firewall (Windows ships with one), you have to add an exception.
Shutdown7 can add itself to the list of exceptions (Windows firewall only).
Open the settings. Click on 'Firewall exception'. The exception is added automatically.
If you want to add the exception manually or the automatic way failed, do the following (on Windows 7):
Geben Sie im Startmenü-Suchfeld 'Firewall' ein.
Click on 'Windows-firewall with extended security'.
Click on 'Incomming rules'.
Click on the right on 'new rule'.
Click on 'Port' and 'Next'.
Type in the port number you are using in Shutdown7. Then click 'Next'.
Click 'Next' twice.
Type as name 'Shutdown7' and finish the assistant.
Close the window and test the connection with Shutdown7 (see below).