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Remote computer in sleep or hibernate mode, can I wake it up from my computer

I know the remote computer is connected to a network and is turned on but I can't access it.  I figure it is in either sleep or hibernate mode.  Is there a way to remotely wake it up so i can have access to it?

Thank you

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Re: Remote computer in sleep or hibernate mode, can I wake it up from my computer

Hello @IPA-4Teamviewer,

Thank you for your message.

To wake up a computer in speel or hiberate mode, you need to set up the Wake-On-Lan functionnality.

You will find all the information you need in our Knowledge Base article here: How does Wake-on-LAN (WOL) with TeamViewer work?

You will also find attached the manuel to set the Wake-On-Lan up.

Note: The hardware you are using has to be compatible with this functionnality. You will find more info here: Wake-on-LAN - Hardware requirements 

I hope this could help. If not, do not hesitate to ask your questions here.

Cheers,

Jean

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Re: Remote computer in sleep or hibernate mode, can I wake it up from my computer

Hello @IPA-4Teamviewer,

Thank you for your message.

To wake up a computer in speel or hiberate mode, you need to set up the Wake-On-Lan functionnality.

You will find all the information you need in our Knowledge Base article here: How does Wake-on-LAN (WOL) with TeamViewer work?

You will also find attached the manuel to set the Wake-On-Lan up.

Note: The hardware you are using has to be compatible with this functionnality. You will find more info here: Wake-on-LAN - Hardware requirements 

I hope this could help. If not, do not hesitate to ask your questions here.

Cheers,

Jean

French Community Moderator
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