SVSCMD parameter flags

Article:HOWTO50185  |  Created: 2011-04-18  |  Updated: 2011-09-26  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO50185
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SVSCMD parameter flags

Some of the SVSCMD parameters have associated flags. The list of command-line parameters has a column that lists any flags you can use with a command-line parameter.

See SVSCMD command-line parameters

The following table is a list of the available SVSCMD parameter flags:

Table: SVSCMD parameter flags

Flag

Description

-A[DD] <value>

Add a value (command specific).

-BACKGROUND

Makes a partially activated layer begin to fully activate itself in the background approximately one minute after startup.

-D[EL] <value>

Delete a value (command specific).

-E[ND]

Ends capture.

-FILE -ADD <pattern>

File pattern of files to keep in the layer.

-F[ORCE]

Forces the command when it might otherwise fail. For example, you can force a layer to overwrite an existing layer during import. You can also force an application that is running from a layer to close.

-K[EY] <serial>

Specifies the product serial number.

-LAYERCHANGED

Used to indicate that a partially activated layer has been changed or altered. This flag allows partial activation of that layer to function correctly.

-L[EVEL] <level>

Specifies the priority of the layer.

-NAME <name>

Specifies the new name for the layer.

-N[O]

Turns off the option.

-N[O]D[ESKTOP]R[EFRESH]

This flag has been deprecated.

-NOUSER

Do not export user-specific information.

-NOWAIT

Do not wait for executed process to complete.

-P[ATH] <path>

Specifies a directory path. If the path contains a space, put it in quotes.

-PID <PID>

Specifies the PID of the process that needs to be executed as a part of layer.

-R[ESET]

Resets the priority of the layer to the default priority.

-RW

Copy the writable sublayer.

-SET <value>

Set a layer's visibility where <value> can be:

1- Other layers cannot see this layer

2- This layer cannot see other layers

3- Base layer cannot see this layer

-SID

User SID. An empty string specifies the current user's SID.

-S[TART]

Starts the capture.

-T[YPE] <type>

Specifies the priority type (HKCR).

-UNSET <value>

Set a layer's visibility where <value> can be:

1- Other layers cannot see this layer

2- This layer cannot see other layers

3- Base layer cannot see this layer

-V[ERBOSE]

Displays verbose command output.

-W[AIT]

Makes SVSCMD wait for the application to close before it continues.

-Y[ES]

Enables an option.


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