assign [options] [d:=d:]
Reassigns disk operations from one drive to another. For example,
to reassign disk operations for drive A: to drive B:
Displays the current assignments.
Attempts to use Upper Memory, instead of conventional memory,
to store the ASSIGN.
Uninstalls a previous ASSIGN command
Makes ASSIGN's presence in memory difficult to detect.
Subsequent uses of ASSIGN will issue a warning if the /shadow
option isn't used (but still performs the command).
If no drives are named, and /status or /u are not used,
then assign is reinstalled (clearing all previous drive assignments).
Copyright © 1998 Jim Hall
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