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Bitvise Tunnelier, a fully featured SSH2 client.

Copyright (C) 2000-2005 by Bitvise Limited.

Portions Copyright (C) 1995-2003 by Wei Dai.

The following parameters are currently supported.

-profile=xxx: the profile to open on startup
-host=xxx: the SSH host to connect to, overrides profile
-port=xxx: the port on the SSH host to connect to, overrides profile
-username=xxx: specifies the username to use, overrides profile
-password=xxx: specifies the password to use, overrides profile
-loginOnStartup: instructs Tunnelier to login immediately
-exitOnLogout: instructs Tunnelier to exit after logging out
-hide=xxx: specifies a comma-separated list of functionality to hide
main: Tunnelier's main window
hostKey: host key confirmation dialog
banner: user authentication banner message
auth: user authentication dialog
popups: log popup balloons
trayLog: show log system tray menu
trayWRC: WinSSHD Remote Control system tray menu
trayTerm: open new terminal system tray menu
traySFTP: open new SFTP window system tray menu
trayRDP: open new Remote Desktop system tray menu
trayPopups: log popup settings system tray menu
-menu=xxx: the scope of system tray menu functionality made available
full: allow full access - normal use
small: same as -hide=main,trayWRC,trayTerm,traySFTP,trayRDP
min: same as -menu=small -hide=hostKey,popups,trayLog,trayPopups
-noRegistry: do not load settings from or store them to Windows registry
-proxy=y|n: use a proxy server, overrides global client proxy settings
-proxyType=xxx: the type of proxy server to use
SOCSK4: a SOCKS4 or 4A proxy (default)
SOCKS5: a SOCKS5 proxy
HTTP: a proxy supporting the HTTP CONNECT verb
-proxyServer=xxx: the IP address or DNS name of the proxy server
-proxyPort=xxx: the proxy server port, 1080 by default
-proxyUsername=xxx: proxy server username (SOCKS5 and HTTP only)
-proxyPassword=xxx: proxy server password (SOCKS5 and HTTP only)
-proxyResolveLocally: whether to resolve a DNS name locally before passing it to the proxy
-hostKeyMD5=xxx: MD5 fingerprint of the host key to accept, used additionally to global client host
key database
-hostKeyBB=xxx: Bubble-Babble of the host key to accept, used additionally to global client host key
-hostKeyFile=xxx: a file containing host keys to accept, used additionally to global client host key
-keypairFile=xxx: a file containing a private key for authentication; overrides keys in global client
user keypair database
-keypairPassphrase=xxx: must be present when -keypairFile specifies an OpenSSH encoded and
passphrase protected keypair

All parameter names are case sensitive.

Make Tunnelier start and login automatically at startup
I don't think this has been mentioned here and I have been
looking for this for some time now.

This is how it's done :

0. Make sure you have saved your login and password in

Tunnelier and it connects properly when you click Login
1. Find your shortcut icon for Tunnelier (or make one) and
copy it on your desktop.
2. Right click on the shortcut and select "Propreties"
3. In the Shortcut tab, you will find a text box to the right of
4. Copy paste ["C:\Program Files\Bitvise
Tunnelier\Tunnelier.exe" -loginOnStartUp], without the [] in
the text box.
5. Click apply and exit.
\\now whenever you click on your edited shortcut, Tunnelier
will open in the background, and login automatically. You will
see the icon appear in your system tray but now new window
will open.)
\\we will now make Tunnelier start when Windows starts.
6. Go in your Start Menu, and find the "Startup" folder. This
can be found by clicking on "All Programs" and scrolling down
the list until you find it, at least in Windows 7 and Vista.
7.Once you found your Startup folder, right click on it and
select Explore or Explore All users
\\If you select Explore, you are only going to affect programs
that start up automatically with the username that you are
currently logged in with. If you select Explore All Users, you
will affect that startup of all users...
8. Copy your edited shortcut of Tunnelier that is placed on your
Desktop to the "Startup" folder.

When you restart your computer Tunnelier will automatically

start and login.

pada versi windows 7 akun administrator secara default di hidden oleh system sehingga pengguna *awam*
yang tidak tahu password tidak dapat memasuki akun. Oleh sebab itu, ada cara yang bisa di coba untuk masuk
ke windows 7 administrator dengan cara dibawah ini.

Cara memasukinya adalah:

1. Sebelum windows ter-boot tekan F8

2. Lalu pilih Repair your computer

3. Setelah sudah tampil interface dari Jendela Repair Your Computer, klik Open Command Prompt,

4. Lalu tulis ” net user administrator /active:yes”

5. Setelah ada pesan the command active successfully

6. Lalu tulis ” net user administrator password anda ” ganti kata password anda sesuai keinginan,

7. Lalu tutup command prompt

8. Klik restart komputer

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