PentaCLI-PRO is one of the very few
Server software products that:
makes PGP Encrypted files
from the Command Line.
makes PDF files
from the Command Line.
PentaWare, Inc. has been authorized by PGP, Inc. to use
the PGP SDK technology and the PGP Trademark based on an OEM agreement dated April 10,
Many of our corporate and business users have requested dedicated "Server"
versions of our products to take advantage of the greater processing power that certain
servers have to offer. Designed with speed in mind, our Server versions are all based on
multi-threading technology. If a Server has 4 CPU's installed our command line programs
will take advantage of as much processing power as possible during execution.
The purpose of the PentaWare Command Line Interface programs is to give our users a
means to create unattended procedures that can be used on a recurring basis to perform
backups, to save data (images, movies, documents, etc.) in the convenient and well known
zip format. Once an archive has been created you can then:
convert it into a Self Extracting file
copy it to a CD or to a DVD
send it to somebody using email
upload it using FTP (including use of SSL/TLS)
create one or more batch files containing command line interface procedures
create a shortcut on your desktop that leads to a batch file containing command line
place a batch file containing command line procedures in the PentaZip Scheduler to
achieve unattended and recurring execution
These are just some examples of what you can do. A detailed example is provided here.
The PentaWare Command Line Interface is useful for Network Administrators that have to
plan, design and deploy automated tasks for their users or for themselves.
It is also useful for the home user that wants to manage his or her data.
The command Line Interface is frequently used to make "batch" files that can
then be used repeatedly when required.
You must insert the references to the PentaZip or PentaSuite
program folders in your Path to be able to use the command
line programs chZip, chUnzip, chSfx, chCrypt, chCd, etc.
To do so you must:
open a CMD (a.k.a. MS-DOS) window
insert the PATH command
insert the command line program complete with all flags and options
Use of the PentaCLI
Wizard will make things much easier when
you have to prepare a Command Line string. This handy
tool allows you to concentrate on the things you need
to do. Syntax issues (that have always been a problem
with Command Line programs) are taken care of for you.