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JOIN + Joining Drives via a Directory

Joins a drive to a subdirectory of another drive.

VERSION

PC-DOS 2.0+

MS-DOS equivalent: JOIN (3.0+)

TYPE

External

SYNTAX

[d:][path] JOIN sd: td:\directory

or

[d:][path] JOIN td:/D

OPTIONS

[d:][path] Specifies the drive letter and path that

contain the JOIN command file.

sd: Specifies the source drive to be joined

to a directory on another drive.

td:\directory Specifies the target directory you will

join a drive under.

/D Disconnects the join. You must specify

the drive letter of the drive whose join

you are deleting.

JOIN is used to run programs that understand only floppy

disks on a hard disk system.

EXAMPLES

JOIN C: B:\HARDISK

makes files on drive C accessible by referencing them through the

subdirectory named HARDISK on drive B.

JOIN

displays all currently existing JOINs.

MESSAGES

Cannot JOIN to a network drive

The JOIN command will not join local and network drives.

Directory not empty

You have tried to use JOIN on a directory that is not empty. The

directory must be empty. Reenter the command using an empty

directory.

Invalid parameter

You have tried to use JOIN on the current directory. Reenter the

directory path using a noncurrent directory.

Invalid drive specification

You have tried to refer to a joined drive. Disconnect the join

using the /D parameter.

UNDO

Issue the command

JOIN d: /D

where d: is the drive letter of the drive whose join you wish to

delete.

NOTE

The directory you specify cannot be the root directory (\).

The directory being joined to must be empty. Do not use JOIN with

ASSIGN or SUBST. Do not use BACKUP, RESTORE, FORMAT, DISKCOPY, or

DISKCOMP while a JOIN is in effect.

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SEE ALSO

ASSIGN Command

BACKUP Command

BREAK Command

COMMAND Command

CTTY Command

DISKCOMP Command

DISKCOPY Command

EXE2BIN Command

FASTOPEN Command

FORMAT Command

RESTORE Command

SUBST Command



See also:


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