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kfuemmel
24.07.2005, 20:25
Operating System: Windows XP SP2
Burning Software: Nero 6.6
Anti-virus Software: Norton Antivirus 2005
DAEMON Tools Version: 3.47

I am using Daemon in a school computer lab environment. As part of the build, I silently install daemon tools. By default on a clean install, no drives are enabled. I would like to be able to use a command line switch or scripting to enable the number of devices, rather than clicking on the icon in the system tray. Anyone know how to do this?
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Copytrooper
24.07.2005, 20:38
Does this fit your needs? (http://www.daemon-tools.cc/dtcc/portal/viewtopic.php?p=18664)

kjmeyer
09.11.2005, 20:41
Does this fit your needs? (http://www.daemon-tools.cc/dtcc/portal/viewtopic.php?p=18664)
Can anyone refesh this link?

I have exactly the same question as kfuemmel.

thanks

Copytrooper
09.11.2005, 21:46
Hm, if I' d only know, what that was ...
try to search for BTEWin, maybe you find what you need.

kjmeyer
09.11.2005, 23:19
Now that I read more carefully my question is a little different.

I am creating a build for a middle school computer lab. There is no way I can leave a physical disc inside the machine - kids would steal or break it in seconds. So I make an image and use Daemon Tools.

I would like to get rid of the system tray icon alltogether so kids cannot right click and un mount the image.

Is there a way to disable the systray icon and just use the command line to control DT.

I don't anticipate ever needing to change anything so just getting rid of the system tray icon would be great.

Any help would be awsome.

kjmeyer

Copytrooper
10.11.2005, 11:30
Sure, just disable "Taskbar icon" option in options menu (due to misunderstandings in the past, this option will be named "Tray icon" in v4). Or run daemon.exe with -noicon switch.
Also take a look at Daemon Script (in our download section), you can create icons which automatically mount images, run applications, etc. - could be useful for your needs.