Note the space between the two. An example:
CAC00700ZZ is off, but it has a MAC address of 00:12:34:56:78
CAC00855FT is on and on the same LAN as CAC00700ZZ. I'm on computer SERVER1 and the link between SERVER1 and CAC00700ZZ doesn't allow the magic packet to traverse. To wake up CAC00700ZZ, I need to send a WoL packet from CAC00855FT. To do this I create a text file called "computer-list.txt" and put in:
Next I need to create a WAKEUP.CMD file and put in the following:
:This script wakes up computers using a tertiary computer on the same LAN.for /F "tokens=1-2 delims= " %%A IN ('type computer-list.txt') do psexec \\%%A -i -c mc-wol.exe %%Bpause
Lastly, I need to ensure PSEXEC.EXE, MC-WOL.EXE, computer-list.txt and WAKEUP.CMD are in the same folder. MC-WOL.EXE can be downloaded from here. PSEXEC.exe can be downloaded from Microsoft.
If you needed to wake up multiple computers, your computer-list.txt file would look like this:
CAC00700JQ 18A9051BFE68CAC00700HT 18A9051E2894CAC00700HQ 18A9051E2B90