The 1Remote also supports CLI commands. This documentation provides an overview of the available CLI commands and their usage.
Installation and Uninstallation
To install or uninstall the 1Remote tool, use the following commands:
--install: Performs the installation of the 1Remote tool.
--uninstall: Removes the 1Remote tool and its associated files.
Desktop Shortcut Management
You can manage the desktop shortcut for the 1Remote tool using the following commands:
--install-desktop-shortcut: Installs the desktop shortcut for quick access to the 1Remote tool.
--uninstall-desktop-shortcut: Removes the desktop shortcut.
Startup Entry Management
The CLI provides commands to manage the registry startup entry for the 1Remote tool:
--install-startup: Sets the 1Remote tool to start automatically on system boot by adding a registry startup entry.
--uninstall-startup: Removes the registry startup entry for the 1Remote tool.
Running the App Minimized
If you want to run the 1Remote app in a minimized state, use the following command:
--start-minimized: Launches the 1Remote app minimized.
Executing Connections or Focusing Tags
You can execute specific connections or focus on tags using the following command formats:
ULID:<connection-id>: Runs the 1Remote app and immediately executes and/or focuses on the connection with the specified ID.
<connection-name>: Runs the 1Remote app and immediately executes and/or focuses on the connection with the specified name.
#<tag-name>: Runs the 1Remote app and immediately start the connections associated with the specified tag.
You can also create shortcuts for ULID, connection name, and tags by right-clicking on a connection in the GUI interface.