EMCO WakeOnLan Review

EMCO WakeOnLan Review

EMCO Wake-On-LAN is an advanced utility that allows you to wake up multiple PC’s on a network. It is built for virtually any network of any scale. From the Free version to the Professional edition, this is a power packed WOL utility you want to add to your networking toolkit.

EMCO Wake-On-Lan offers a clean, GUI Interface to help you quickly and easily wake up multiple remote PC’s  simultaneously.

Although the Professional edition is not 100% Free like some of the other WOL utilities out there, this is one you want to look at if you have a larger, more complex network and needs.

Features & Reviews

  • Schedule tasks with the built-in calendar feature. Tasks can be executed by defining date/time and on a recurring daily, weekly or monthly basis
  • WOL delivery methods include broadcast, unicast, directed broadcast, and WOL transmission through the internet
  • E-mail notifications with execution status
  • Automatic detection of MAC addresses of target PC’s
  • Avoids power peaks when simultaneously waking up a large number of PC’s
  • Customizable Wake-On-Lan settings: custom WOL delivery, WOL port, etc.
  • Professional edition can be run as a Windows service
  • All configurations are stored in a database. Stored information includes tasks, execution results, etc.
  • Professional edition has External MS SQL Server database

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System Requirements

  • Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, XP (with SP2 or later), XP (with SP3 or later)
  • Windows Server 2016, 2012 R2, 2012, 2008 R2, 2008, 2003 R2, 2003 (with SP2 or later)


  • Limited License – Free
  • Single License – $249
  • Unlimited License – $595

Official Website & Download Links

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About the Author

Denise is one of our Staff Writers that has transitioned from the Corporate IT Consulting World into publishing. She enjoys writing about her Experiences with Software and Tools that she has used and help implement in Real-world Scenarios and Business. She has a Master in Organization Development from Seattle University.