Start a CLI session on Windows using Bash Prompt

On the Windows platform, you can also start a CLI session from a bash shell prompt.
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On the Windows platform, you can also start a CLI session from a bash shell prompt.
You can use a script to pack up the CLI program so that it can be sent to another server. For more information, see the Distributed SpectroSERVER Administration section.
Follow these steps:
  1. Click Start, Programs, and Command Prompt.
    The DOS prompt appears.
  2. From the DOS prompt, type
    bash
    .
  3. Click Start, Run, and type
    bash -login
    .
    You can start a CLI session from a bash shell prompt.
  4. Start the
    SpectroSERVER
    to which you want to connect.
  5. Navigate to the vnmsh directory in the
    CA Spectrum
    installation directory:
    $ cd <$SPECROOT>/vnmsh
  6. Open the connection:
    $ connect
    You are connected to the CLI session.