/Unmap

Specifies in advance on the command line that the desired operation is to close a volume.

You would typically include the drive letter of the SafeHouse volume to be closed, or the keyword ALL to close all open volumes.

This option may also be specified without a drive parameter. Using /Unmap without any additional parameters to SDWMAP32.EXE forces the program to come up in "close volume" mode.

Syntax:

/UNMAP [=d | =ALL]

Examples:

/Unmap=D

/u=all

/u=s

/unmap

Utilities Supporting this option:

folder lock  Compare to ScramDisk  protector software  file encryption