Specifies in advance on the command line that the desired operation is to open volume. The /MAP is optional, and may also be specified without a volume filename.

The most common use of this option is for Windows map icons. Create an icon or Windows shortcut for the SDWMAP32.EXE utility and specify /MAP as the only command line parameter. This will force the utility to execute in "map" mode instead of asking if you'd like to open or close a volume.

If you include the optional volume filename with this switch, the open volume utility will initially display the description of the named file in the drop-down list box. This is useful when you work with more than one encrypted volume since it allows you to setup specific icons for each of the volumes.

The filename must be enclosed in quotes if it contains spaces.


/MAP [=d:\filename.ext]




Utilities Supporting this option:

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