Connector Command Line options

For use with the ndconnector.exe:

-id <id>              ID of connector
-d <dir>              Directory where to get files from. DO NOT INCLUDE THE TRAILING \ (backslash)
-zipname <filename>   Name of the zip to create for directory files. Default: <dir>
-f <filename>         Only upload the specific file given
-r                    Remove the file once you have successfully uploaded it
-a <dir>              Archive/move the files to the given directory if successfully uploaded
-h or -help           Show help options
-sim                  Simulate a run. No files will be transfered.
-t <num>              Number of tries to upload a file. Default 3, Min 1
-tbr <seconds>        Time between retries in seconds. Default 5, Min 1
-proxyhost <host>     The hostname or IP Address of the proxy server
-proxyport <port>     The port number on the proxy server. Defaults to 80
-proxyuser <user>     The username to authenticate via the proxy server
-proxypwd <password>  Clear text password for the proxy user
-proxyepwd <password> Encrypted password for the proxy user
-encrypt <text>       Encrypted the text to be used with -proxyepwd option

  -f will take precedence over -d
  -r will take precedence over -a
  -sim will just display to stdout what it would have done

  On Success:
  On Failure:
    Final Result: FAILED: error message goes here
  On Partial:
    Final Result: FAILED: PARTIAL: last error message goes here

If using the -d option, make sure not to include the last \ (bashslash).
If your directory contains spaces, you must quote it off.
Example: -d "c:\my folder"

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