-l Lock a volume id
-u Unlock a volume id
-r Unlock volume, leave it mounted Read-only
-p Protect a volume id under LifeKeeper
-U Unprotect a volume id under LifeKeeper
-d Display locked volumes
-D Display protected volumes
-c Unlock the volume and run chkdsk
-m Mark unlocked volume to LKFilter driver


“volume -l <vol>” → “emcmd . lockvolume <vol>”

“volume -u <vol>” → “emcmd . unlockvolume <vol>”

“volume -p <vol>” → “emcmd . setconfiguration <vol> 800”

“volume -U <vol>” → “emcmd . setconfiguration <vol>”

“volume -D” → no direct equivalent, but “emcmd . getconfiguration <vol>” on each volume, looking for 800, will show all the protected volumes


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