Dec 052017
 
Combination of batch files that writes your current drive mappings to temp ascii file and then can be used later as a executable file.
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Combination of batch files that writes your current drive mappings to temp ascii file and then can be used later as a executable file.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
MAPSAVE.BAT 27 23 deflated
MAPSAVE.DOC 1151 566 deflated
MAPSV.EXE 7488 4705 deflated
MAPSV.PAS 2584 983 deflated

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MAPSAVE

Purpose: Save your current drive mappings.

To execute just type 'MAPSAVE' and the program will read your current
drive mappings. It will ask you for every mapping if you intend to save
or discard it. MAPSAVE does not affect or change your current mappings.

Syntax: MAPSAVE

The selected mappings will be written to an executable BATCH-file
named 'MAPGET.BAT' on your default directory. You can call this
BATCH-file any time.

Syntax: MAPGET

If you like to save your mappings to different files you can
also rename the file 'MAPGET.BAT' after running MAPSAVE.

MAPSAVE is a combination of a BATCH-file (MAPSAVE.BAT) that writes
your current drive mappings to a temporary ASCII-file, and a COM-file
(MAPSV.COM) that saves selected drives to the executable BATCH-file
(MAPGET.BAT).

Limitations: You need enough space (less than 1kB) and appropriate
rights (ROSDCW / FCRE) on your default drive.
Root mappings will be restored as normal mappings.

S.O.S. (Save Our Search-drives)

Feel free to copy this program and to distribute it to your customers.


Wolfgang Schreiber




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