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Parallels Client Command Line Parameters

APPLIES TO:
  • Parallels Remote Application Server

Information

Parallels Client for Windows parameters are available when launching published application and published desktop from the command line.

Parallels Client Command Line Parameters

Parameters Note
s!='primary server' Primary Server hostname or IP address.
b!='backup server'Secondary Server hostname or IP address.
a!='application/desktop id'Published Application/Desktop ID.
p!='override application params' 
t!='port'"Port of the RAS Remote Application
Server connection. "
u!='usernameUsername for the user to connect with.
q!='password'Password for the user.
"d!='domain' ignored if user name
is in UPN format "Domain name.
!='0/1' 0 use primary server, 1 user backup serverSpecify value in order to connect either to primary or backup server.
"m!='connection mode' (gateway mode = 0, direct
mode 1, gateway ssl mode = 2, direct ssl = 3,
direct rdp=4) "Specify value for the connection mode.
o!='0/1' if set to 1 credentials are overwritten with SSO information if available When set to 1, credentials are overwritten with SSO credentials.
i!='connection alias'Specify a connection Alias.
c! Always ask for credentials.
r!Reconnect if connection is dropped.

Example

In Command Prompt, go to the location where Parallels Client is installed and run the following command:

    TSClient.exe s!='2008ad1.2x.testing' a!='#50' t!='80' d!='2x.testing' u!='testerjm'q!='123456'  m!='0' 

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Running the above command will launch Published application with ID92, for user testerjm




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