This action allows sending wake-up packet to remote computers using WOL.EXE utility from Gammadyne Corporation. The target list can contain either MAC addresses or computer names. Of course in order to resolve computer names to MAC addresses, SCCM CAT requires access to SCCM site server to query for MAC address from inventory.

If the list contains at least one computer name following warning is shown:

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Site server name is prompted when clicking on “Yes”:

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Last edited Nov 15, 2011 at 8:46 AM by pr3m, version 3

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parkhurstl Apr 22, 2013 at 5:12 PM 
WOL is not working for us. We are running SCCM 2012 and Wake on LAN is enabled w/ use wake-up packets only on the Site properties. Transmission method is unicast. I was able to use the shutdown tool on this workstation successfully. The tool is getting the correct MAC for they client. Wake on LAN is enabled in the BIOS of the workstation. What else can I check?