Command line parameters

The main executable file NetTime.exe accepts optional command lineparameters. These can be useful to system administrators, and to other programscalling the program. For example, you can use the "-ntc" option to createmultiple instances of the program.

-ast

Suppress the splash screen when start even if "Show splash screenon start" box is checked in the "Options" page on the"Main window".

-smp

Start the program in normal mode, if you don't specify the option,it will run in advanced mode.

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For every mode, the changes ofconfiguration are effective under all mode.

-prf <Profile file>

Customize path and filename of profile file to save window sizeand position, etc. By default, it's NetTime.prf and located in installationdirectory. If the path isn't specified, installation path will be used. If theprofile file doesn't exists, it will be automatically created. Don't forget touse quotes if the filename or path contains spaces.

-ntc <Configuration file>

Customize the path and filename of configuration file. By default,it's NetTime.ntc and located in installation directory. If the path isn'tspecified, installation path will be used. If the configuration file doesn'texists, it will be automatically created with default settings. Don't forget touse quotes if the filename or path contains spaces.

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You can left-double-clicking ona ".ntc" configuration file to start the Net Time Server & Client usingit.

-log <Log file>

Customize the path and filename of log file to save log records.By default, it's NetTime.log and located in installation directory. If the pathisn't specified, installation path will be used. If the log file doesn't exists,it will be automatically created. Don't forget to use quotes if the filename orpath contains spaces.

-svl <Predefined source time servers file>

Customize the path and filename of predefined source time serversfile. By default, it's NetTime.svl and located in installation directory. If thepath isn't specified, installation path will be used. Don't forget to use quotesif the filename or path contains spaces.

o [-tsl <Time servers definition file>]

Open the "Predefined source timeservers" window and import the time servers from time servers definitionfile. If the "-tsl" parameter and time servers definition file are notspecified, only the "Predefined source timeservers" window is opened. Also, you can combine with "-svl" parameter tocustomize the path and filename of predefined source time servers file. Don'tforget to use quotes if the filename or path contains spaces.

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