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Tunngle Launcher

The Tunngle Launcher provides a simple interface that can be used in order to execute some predefined Tunngle Actions.

Requirements

In order to be able to use the Tunngle Launcher Tunngle must be installed on your PC.

Files

Launcher.exe is located in your Tunngle Folder.
The right path[1] of the Tunngle Folder can be read from the Windows Registry Keys.

Command Line Syntax

The Launcher accepts Command Line Parameters as follows:

Launcher.exe [Command] [Option]

Commands

The available commands are:

  • JoinNetwork
  • JoinNetForce
  • JoinPrivNet
  • AutoLogin
  • SetWindowState

JoinNetwork

  • Command: JoinNetwork
  • Option: the name of the public network that Tunngle should join
  • Operation: Tunngle will attempt to join the public network name specified by the Option
  • Example:
    Launcher.exe JoinNetwork Call of Duty

JoinNetForce

  • Command: JoinNetForce
  • Option: the name of the public network that Tunngle should join
  • Operation: same as JoinNetwork with the difference that Tunngle will not ask for confirmation on network switch
  • Example:
    Launcher.exe JoinNetForce Call of Duty

JoinPrivNet

  • Command: JoinPrivNet
  • Option: the name of the private network that Tunngle should join
  • Operation: Tunngle will attempt to join the private network name specified by the Option
  • Note: For the moment it works only for private networks without a password.
  • Example:
    Launcher.exe JoinPrivNet Brioche

AutoLogin

  • Command: AutoLogin
  • Operation: Tunngle will start and login
  • Example:
    Launcher.exe AutoLogin

SetWindowState

  • Command: SetWindowState
  • Option:
    • 1: Minimize to system tray
    • 2: Minimize to taskbar
    • 3: Restore
  • Operation: sets the Tunngle Client window state
  • Example:
    Launcher.exe SetWindowState 1

Usage

There are many applications for the Tunngle Command Line Parameters.
For example you can use the commands above to create a desktop shortcut that allows you to join a specified network with a single desktop double click or to have your dedicated server automatically join a network on Windows Startup (by placing a proper shortcut inside the Windows Startup All Programs menu folder).

Related Articles

  1. Default path varies between 32bit and 64bit systems.