/Sound

Enables or disables playing of sounds upon command completion.

Separate sounds files (WAV) are played for each supporting utility; one for success, another for failure. Sound files are expected to reside in the same directory as their respective utility programs. Sound is ON by default. When /Sound is specified without additional parameters, such is the same as turning it on.

By default, SafeHouse only includes sound files for opening and closing volumes. If you wish to have sounds played when performing other tasks such as creating and resizing volumes, you will need to manually place an appropriate WAV file in the SafeHouse program files folder.

Your computer must have a Windows-compatible sound board installed to hear sounds.

Sound File

Description

SDWCS.WAV

Played by SDWCREAT.EXE after successfully creating a volume.

SDWCF.WAV

Played by SDWCREAT.EXE after failing to create a volume.

SDWMS.WAV

Played by SDWMAP32.EXE after successfully opening a volume.

SDWMF.WAV

Played by SDWMAP32.EXE after failing to open a volume.

SDWUS.WAV

Played by SDWMAP32.EXE after successfully closing a volume.

SDWUF.WAV

Played by SDWMAP32.EXE after failing to close a volume.

SDWHS.WAV

Played by SDWCHANG.EXE after successfully changing a password.

SDWHF.WAV

Played by SDWCHANG.EXE after failing to change a password.

SDWES.WAV

Played by SDWEXPAN.EXE after successfully expanding a volume.

SDWEF.WAV

Played by SDWEXPAN.EXE after failing to expand a volume.

 

Syntax:

/SOUND [=ON | OFF]

Examples:

/Sound=ON

/Sound=OFF

/Sound=Yes

/Sound=1

/Sound=0

/sound=no

/Sound

Utilities Supporting this option:

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