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15.11.2004, 22:45
Operating System: Win2K
Burning Software: EZCD 6, Nero 6
Anti-virus Software: NAV
DAEMON Tools Version: 3.47

I want to set up a shortcut which mounts a particular image but am having problems with the correct syntax.

This is what I've tried.

In the target

"C:\Program Files\D-Tools\daemon.exe -mount 0, C:\LocalDat\myimage.iso"

plus a few variations on this.

I can start Daemon with the target "C:\Program Files\D-Tools\daemon.exe" but how do i add the mounting switch?


15.11.2004, 22:54
Remove the space between 0, and the image file path & name ;)
-mount 0,C:\LocalDat\myimage.iso

16.11.2004, 18:40
Operating System: XP Pro, SP2
Burning Software: Nero 6
Anti-virus Software: NAV2004
DAEMON Tools Version: 3.47

Is there a parameter to unmount (all four) images and set a default directory when the user next tries to mount a file?

16.11.2004, 19:42
To unmount all drives you've to use -unmount 0 -unmount 1 -unmount 2 -unmount 3 switches, there's no -unmount all atm.
You can try DaemonScript (see our download section) and create some script you can place in autostart folder.

16.11.2004, 23:46
trying it now, thanks for the reply,

The only problem with DaemonScript is, (unless i am missing something)

You have to install it on every pc you want to execute the script on.

But the commandline doesnt require any extra install,

n1 , ty