SFTTRAY 4.x command-line options

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INTRODUCTION

This article describes the command-line options for version 4.0 of the Sfttray.exe command.

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All Sfttray.exe command-line options are case sensitive. These options include the application name.
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OptionUsageDescription
/launch/launch "application name"
/launch "file_name.osd"
Specifies an application to be launched. You can specify the application by using a relative path, an absolute path, the path of a network share, or a URL.
/load/load "application name"
/load "file_name.osd"
Specifies an application to be loaded in cache. You can specify the application by using a relative path, an absolute path, a UNC path, or a URL.
/loadall/loadallLoads all applications completely in cache.
/refreshall/refreshallRefreshes all desktop configuration servers.
/hide/hideHides the SoftGrid client in the notification area. Must be used together with and before the /launch, /load, or /loadall option.
/sftfile/sftfile "file://path/file_name.sft"Specifies an .sft file to import. Must be used together with the /load option.
/help OR /?/help
/?
Displays Help.
/exit/exitExits all SoftGrid-enabled applications and removes the icon from the notification area.
For more information about the /sftfile option, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
930965 How to import an .SFT file from the command line

Examples

The following code starts and loads the SoftGrid example application by using the application name.
sfttray.exe /hide /launch "SoftGrid Example Application"
sfttray.exe /load "SoftGrid Example Application"
The following code starts and loads the SoftGrid example application by using the application name and the version.
sfttray.exe /launch "SoftGrid Example Application 7.0"
sfttray.exe /hide /load "SoftGrid Example Application 7.0"
The following code starts and loads the SoftGrid example application by using the UNC path of an .osd file.
sfttray.exe /launch "\\SGVAS01\CONTENT\sft_ea70.v1_ea.osd"
sfttray.exe /load "\\SGVAS01\CONTENT\sft_ea70.v1_ea.osd"

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Article ID: 930963 - Last Review: March 12, 2007 - Revision: 2.0
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  • Microsoft SoftGrid for Terminal Services
  • Microsoft SoftGrid for Windows Desktops
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