/Password

Allows the password to be specified in advance on the command line. This parameter is optional. It is generally not desirable to place passwords into Windows icons and shortcuts since such would allow easy access for intruders.

Passwords may include letters, numbers and punctuation symbols. Spaces are allowed. Quotation marks are required.

All encrypted volume wizards and utilities are designed to prompt for missing passwords. The primary reason for making this parameter available as a command line switch is to allow for process automation and scripting in special environments.

Syntax:

/PASSWORD = "mypassword"

Examples:

/Password="12345"

/P="birds.nest"

/pass="apple_boat"

Utilities Supporting this option:

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