SocksCap64 how to launch program from script or command line

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    #1 carrierone #432

    How can I execute a program with SocksCap64 from the command line or batch file / script? I need to be able to automatically launch a program that is using the socks tunnel and there is no way to do this when I have to click on the program from within the sockscap64 launcher. Is there a way to use injector64.exe or similar with the program to launch directly ?? Thanks

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    #2 Super admin #558

    carrierone:
    sc64 version 2.5 will support launch a program via command line. thanks.

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    #3 Super admin #1212

    Hello carrierone:
    Sockscap64 v2.6 was published. The new version is support launch an apps from command line.

    -r launch a program.
    e.g: -r”C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe”

    -d working directory
    e.g: -d”C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application\”

    -a running arguments.
    e.g: -att

    -n how to resolve domain name? default is: DNS_REMOTE(2)
    e.g: -n2
    local: 0
    local then remote: 1
    remote: 2
    -w show window mode.
    e.g: -whide


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    #4 storm #23895

    Hello, I run the bellow command line doesn’t work.  V3.1  is something wrong or not support?

    ” SocksCap64.exe -r “C:\Users\Administrator\Downloads\Ranked Gaming Client\rgc.exe” -d “C:\Users\Administrator\Downloads\Ranked Gaming Client” -n 1 -w hide ”

     

     

     

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      #5 Super admin #24140

      SocksCap64.exe -r”C:\Users\Administrator\Downloads\Ranked Gaming Client\rgc.exe” -d”C:\Users\Administrator\Downloads\Ranked Gaming Client” -n1 -whide -esilent

      IMPORTANT: NEED NOT THE SPACES

      BTW:

      –hideicon       >>>>>  Hide the tray icon.( The newest version )

       

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