9.1. inotecln.exe command line parameters┬Â

Table “inotecln.exe” command line parameters shows the command line parameters of inotecln.exe, along with possible values and an explanation of the value’s effect:

“inotecln.exe” command line parameters
Command line parameter Explanation
-AD=value If value is 1, the client will perform an AD query in order to find its server. Make sure that in this case no server name is passed via the -s=servername command line parameter. In order for the client to not query AD for its server, pass 0 or an empty string as value or omit this command line parameter entirely. Make sure that in this case a valid server name is passed via the -s=servername command line parameter.
-s=servername If servername is a non-empty string, it denotes the name of the server, that the client should connect to. If a server name is specified this way, make sure that no AD query for the server is performed using the -AD=value command line parameter.
-t=value The argument value is interpreted as the duration in ms that elapses between two subsequent connections of the client to its server in order to retrieve the latest message updates (polling interval). If a polling interval of less than 10000 (10s) is passed, the polling interval will be 10s. If this command line parameter is omitted, a default polling interval of 5 minutes will be used.
-tcp=value If a non-zero value is passed as the argument value, the client will connect to the server via a dedicated TCP port instead of a named pipes connection via RPC over SMB. The port in this case has to be passed via the -p=value command line parameter.
-p=value This command line parameter’s argument denotes the TCP port that should be used by the client instead of a named pipes connection via RPC over SMB in order to connect to its server. The argument value “AD” has a special meaning in that it denotes that the client should perform an AD query in order to determine the port ist should use. Note that a non-zero argument has to be passed via the -tcp=value command line parameter if a port is specified using this command line parameter.
-i If this command line parameter is specified, the inotecln.exe instance will create an icon in the system notification area.