Wake a Remote Computer From Your iPad or iPhone

ISL Light iOS free to download on the App Store for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users The Wake-on-LAN feature is now also available on iOS! You are welcome to download the new ISL Light iOS 2.2.2 and connect to your remote computer from your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch even if it is powered off, in hibernation (Windows) or sleep (Mac) mode.

Download ISL Light iOS with the WOL feature for iPad or iPhone

Read next: How to Access a Remote Computer Even If It’s Shut Down

How do you access a remote computer that is shut down from your iPad or iPhone?
Since the Wake-on-LAN (or WOL) function requires a few tweaks made beforehand on the computer you want to access remotely, let’s recapture first what steps to take to enable Wake-on-LAN.

That done, take your iOS mobile device, open the ISL Light app, log in and find the remote computer listed under My computers. If the computer is switched off or otherwise unavailable, its status will display ‘Offline’ and the green button ‘Send WOL’. Tap ‘Send WOL’ to wake the computer up. When it wakes up, its status will change into ‘Online’ and the green button below into ‘Connect’. Finally, tap ‘Connect’ to access it. That’s it!

How to wake a remote computer from iPhone or iPad

Enjoy in total mobility that ISL Light iOS brings and don’t forget to share the news about Wake-on-LAN on iOS with your co-workers!

If you still don’t have an ISL Online account, you’re welcome to sign up for a free trial and try the remote desktop software, including all the ISL Online mobile apps.

What’s next:
Support iPhones and iPads effectively with a powerful remote access mobile app
Seamless remote support for Android mobile devices

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