The command-line tools look for flashaccesstools.properties in the directory in which you run the tools. However, you can use the
-c option when you run a command-line tool to specify a different location for the default flashaccesstools.properties. You can also use
-c to specify a different configuration file.
The command-line tools configuration files use the Java property file format, for which the following rules apply:
Escape backslashes with an additional backslash.
For example, on a Windows machine, to specify the C:\credentials.pfx file, you need to enter it as C:\credentials.pfx or
C:/credentials.pfx. To specify a file on a Windows network server, you need to enter
Include only Latin-1 characters.
To use non-Latin-1 characters, you need to use the appropriate Unicode escape sequence. You can optionally apply the native2ascii tool (included with Java) to your configuration file entries.