The application can be started with from the command-line by just running VirtualRadar.exe. When it is started in
this way you can use command-line switches to alter the behaviour of the program. All switches take the form of either
-switch or -switch:value. Note that there is no space around the colon separating the switch name from the value.
Switches are not case sensitive.
|-culture:name||Changes the regional settings for the application to the culture specified. The name is the name
of a culture, e.g. 'en-GB' for British English, 'de-DE' for German, 'fr-FR' for French and so on. This is intended for use
by plugin developers who want to test their localisation settings. The application will normally pick up the correct culture
from Windows settings.|
|-workingFolder:directory||Tells the program to use a specific configuration folder. Usually the application only allows one instance
to run and that one instance stores its configuration files in %localappdata%\VirtualRadar. This switch forces the program
to run from an arbitrary configuration file folder and allows multiple instances of the application to run. It is intended for
those occasions where multiple servers are to be run from the same machine, most people will never need to use this switch.|See Also