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How to get physical drive's device id using DOS command
« on: February 02, 2009, 11:05:00 PM »
There are 24 physical drives attached to a system.
How can i get all 24 physical drive's device id number using DOS command?
Also please let me know which commad to be used.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance,
pinks

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    Re: How to get physical drive's device id using DOS command
    « Reply #1 on: February 05, 2009, 08:33:50 AM »
    Try using the MS DOS command "MOUNTVOL" as follows. In this demonstration example certain commands have been "remmed" out for safety.

    rem By using the "MOUNTVOL" command USB drives used as backup-to-disk targets
    rem can be either removed or plugged back in.
    rem By using the "NET SHARE" command USB drives may be shared out to users.

    c:
    cd C:\windows\system32\

    cls
    @echo.
    @echo.

    rem This command displays both the details of the corresponding Volume Names and Paths
    @echo on
    call mountvol.exe
    @echo off

    @echo.
    @echo.
    pause

    rem ***************
    cls
    @echo.
    @echo.

    rem These commands removes the "volume mount point" from the "specified directory"
    @echo on
    rem This commands removes the drive letter F: from the USB device name
    rem mountvol.exe F: /D
    rem This commands removes the drive letter G: from the USB device name
    rem mountvol.exe G: /D
    @echo off

    @echo.
    @echo.
    pause

    rem ***************
    cls
    @echo.
    @echo.

    rem This command displays both the details of the corresponding Volume Names and Paths
    @echo on
    call mountvol.exe
    @echo off

    @echo.
    @echo.
    pause

    rem ***************
    cls
    @echo.
    @echo.

    rem These commands assign the "volume mount point" to the "individual directory"
    rem Should you be required to use the "volume mount point" for different USB Drives
    rem You can mountvol different "individual directory" so long as there is only 1
    rem USB drive plugged in at once.
    @echo on
    rem mountvol.exe F: \\?\Volume{f90aec0d-a238-11dd-8bd4-001c23d69c2e}\
    rem mountvol.exe F: \\?\Volume{10badd33-a9b2-11dd-a3fc-001c23d69c2e}\
    rem
    rem mountvol.exe G: \\?\Volume{10badd33-a9b2-11dd-a3fc-001c23d69c2e}\
    @echo off

    rem F:\ = \\?\Volume{f90aec0d-a238-11dd-8bd4-001c23d69c2e}\
    rem G:\ = \\?\Volume{10badd33-a9b2-11dd-a3fc-001c23d69c2e}\

    @echo.
    @echo.
    pause

    rem ***************
    cls
    @echo.
    @echo.

    rem This command displays both the details of the corresponding Volume Names and Paths
    @echo on
    call mountvol.exe
    @echo off

    @echo.
    @echo.
    pause

    rem ***************
    cls
    @echo.
    @echo.

    rem This command displays the available "shares"
    @echo on
    net share
    @echo off

    @echo.
    @echo.
    pause


    rem ***************
    cls
    @echo.
    @echo.

    rem This command stops sharing the available "shares"
    @echo on
    net share F /delete
    net share G /delete
    @echo off

    @echo.
    @echo.
    pause

    rem ***************
    cls
    @echo.
    @echo.
     
    rem This command shares out the USB directory drive with an assigned shared name
    @echo on
    net share F=F:
    net share G=G:
    @echo off

    @echo.
    @echo.
    pause

    rem ***************
    cls
    @echo.
    @echo.

    rem This command displays the available "shares"
    @echo on
    net share
    @echo off

    @echo.
    @echo. 
     
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