WoL is a feature that has to be supported and activated in your network adapter/driver, OS, BIOS. If the computer that acts as your Roon Core fully supports it, you can use it - just not automatically via a remote Roon installation used to control your Core. Also, how you send the machine to sleep is up to you (not a feature of WoL or Roon).
Hi, this sounds very promising, but it seems many of us have the same issue. I have WOL enabled and launched controller on my notebook to connect to core, and it still doesn’t work. Can you detail what needs to be done in order for this to work?
Sorry, W10 Roon Core (on an Intel NUC) and W10 Roon app on W10 on a laptop, but the same is true for Android Roon app. The expectation is that the Core PC wakes up on connection. I am not saying this is a pure Roon feature, but definitely some help from the community would be good to understand what is needed to make this work.