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Mountvol command - Syntax, Switches, Options and Example

Mountvol command - Syntax, Switches, Options and Example Hot

 
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Use of Mountvol command:

Used to creates, deletes or lists a volume mount point. 

Mountvol command is a way to link volumes without requiring a drive letter.

 

Mountvol command Syntax:

mountvol [Drive:]Path VolumeName

mountvol [Drive:]Path /d

mountvol [Drive:]Path /L

mountvol Drive: /s

 

Mountvol command Switches:

[ Drive : ] Path -> Specifies the existing NTFS directory folder where the mount point will reside.

VolumeName -> Specifies the volume name that is the target of the mount point.The volume name is of the form ?Volume{GUID}, where {GUID} is a globally unique identifier (GUID) (for example, ?Volume{2eca078d-5cbc-43d3-aff8-7e8511f60d0e}).

/d -> Removes the volume mount point from the specified folder.

/L -> Lists the mounted volume name for the specified folder.

/s -> Itanium-based computers only. Mounts the EFI System Partition on the specified drive.

/? -> Displays help at the command prompt.

 

Mountvol command Example:

To create, Used to creates, deletes or lists a volume mount point type:

mountvol

 

                                        

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