Disk Protection command line parameters

Disk Protection Management Utility uses command line parameters, which specifies what to do. If you don't specify any command line parameter, then Disk Protection Manager expects mounting request and runs Mount wizard .

Detailed description of command line parameters:

Each command and switch has to be introduced by a special switching character '-' or '/'. In the following list are described all command line parameters of TDisk.exe application:

-m Mount an image using Mount wizard ,
-ro mount as read-only,
-am add the image to the auto-mounts list,
-am- remove the image from the auto-mounts list,
-d disable modifying mount parameters except user credentials,
-ua=name given user account name will be used instead of account name taken from the Windows,
-unrs special parameter, which makes TDisk.exe to remove itself from the list of automatically started aplications during Windows start-up,
letter: select the letter, which will be assigned to the mounted image,
file the file name of the Disk Protection image that should be mounted.
TDisk.exe -m -am -d -ua=henry q: "c:\Program Files\TrustPort Disk Protection\Images\image000.tdi"
-q Quick mount of an image,
-ro mount as read-only,
-am add the image to the auto-mounts list,
-am- remove the image from the auto-mounts list,
-d disable modifying mount parameters except user credentials,
-ua=name given user account name will be used instead of account name taken from the Windows,
letter: select the letter, which will be assigned to the mounted image,
file the file name of the Disk Protection image that should be mounted.
TDisk.exe -q -ro -d -ua=henry q: "c:\Program Files\TrustPort Disk Protection\Images\image000.tdi"
-u Unmount a virtual disk or disk image respectively,
file the file name with full path of the mounted image OR,
letter: a letter that should be unmounted OR,
-all unmount of all currently mounted virtual disks.
TDisk.exe -u q:
-c Create a new Disk Protection image ,
-am add the image to the auto-mounts list,
-im mount the image after creating,
-f fill creation parameters automatically,
-alg= change encryption algorithm, which will be used for the new created image,
cast CAST 128 algorithm,
rijn AES (Rijndael) algorithm
-d disable modifying creating parameters except user credentials,
-ua=name given user account name will be used instead of account name taken from the Windows,
-is=size specify new image size in megabytes,
-unrs special parameter, which makes TDisk.exe to remove itself from the list of automatically started aplications during Windows start-up,
-inst a modification of creation parameters used in the installation of Disk Protection application,
file the name of file name with full path, which will be used for the new Disk Protection image.
TDisk.exe -c -am -im -f -alg=cast -ua=henry -is=512 "c:\Program Files\TrustPort Disk Protection\Images\image000.tdi"
-e Edit an image file (user account management, increasing the limit etc.),
file the file name with full path of an image that will be edited.
TDisk.exe -e "c:\Program Files\TrustPort Disk Protection\Images\image000.tdi"
-r Registration of Disk Protection driver. It starts an administration utility that registers the encryption driver to Windows,
-u unregistration of Disk Protection driver from Windows.
TDisk.exe -r -u
--man Open Disk Protection user's guide,
page the name of the page that should be displayed (faq.htm for instance). If this parameter is not specified then Disk Protection opens user's guide on the contents page.
TDisk.exe --man news.htm
-? Show window with quick help about command line parameters.

Related references

Main page
Mount wizard
Quick mount
Create New Image Wizard
Image Editor