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Running XServer with Command Line Parameters

The 'xini' parameter

You can launch XServer (and begin your X-session) with the 'xini' command line parameter:

PATH\xserver.exe -xini <IniFilePath>

where <IniFilePath> specifies a full path to a specific ini-file and PATH indicates your XSecurePro home directory.

This feature allows you to run several X-sessions each with its own ini-file (i.e. settings).

In order to do so, you can create a new X-session shortcut (e.g., in the XSecurePro Programs' folder) and fill in the Target field in Properties of it with the command. For example, the Target field in Properties of the X-session shortcut might contain the following line:

"PATH\xserver.exe" -xini myxwp1.ini

By default, the field contains a call of XServer with no arguments, and the xwp.ini file will be used in this case.

To create your specific ini-file, you can copy the xwp.ini file and then change required parameters with the XSettings utility by starting it with the same command line parameter (see section Running XSettings with Command Line Parameters in Chapter Configuring XSecurePro).

Note: when launched from the XServer/Run menu, ComSetup, XSettings, Startup, Telnet_SSH and FTP use the same ini-file as XServer does.

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