Remote Wake Up 1.1.0
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What's new in Remote Wake Up 1.1.0:
- NEW: Send AppleScripts over SSH.
- NEW: Example AppleScript library.
- NEW: Error log for each host.
- NEW: More host icons to chose from.
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- Daniel Diener
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Work with remote devices over the LAN or Internet
Remote Wake Up is designed to quietly run in the background as you take care of your daily tasks and provide the right tools when summoned.
With Remote Wake Up’s help you can remotely switch on, restart, shut down or put in the sleep mode any “Wake On LAN” compatible device that is connected to your network.
On top of that, Remote Wake Up enables you to wake up devices that are not connected to the same network using the Internet.
Effortlessly shut down, restart or wake up a device
By accessing Remote Wake Up’s status bar menu, you can easily view a list with all connected devices and open the main window of the app.
Remote Wake Up features a simple, clean and easy to use and understand user interface that helps you view and control all your devices. While all devices are listed in the left panel, all possible commands are accessible from the right panel.
As mentioned above, you have the option to wake up a device, restart it, shut it down or send it into sleep mode with just a few clicks of a mouse button.
Find your device based on their IP or MAC address with ease
What is more, Remote Wake Up comes with a built-in network IP and MAC addresses scanner that enables you to quickly find the desired Mac or device. In addition, you can easily enable the “Connect via Internet” feature and provide your own Wake On LAN port and SSH port.
Moreover, Remote Wake Up allows you to change the default icon for all your devices and choose one from the featured list of icons. The Preferences window helps you enable or disable the “Automatically look for local network hosts” feature.
Unfortunately, Remote Wake Up failed to perform as advertised and could not wake up our iMac remotely. However, we managed to send it into sleep mode, shut it down and restart it without encountering any issues.
Remote Wake Up was reviewed by George Popescu, last updated on October 21st, 2014
Runs on: Mac OS X 10.7 or later (Intel only)
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