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Command Line Tool to Manage Virtual Drives

Starting from version 2.7.7 TntDrive comes with a simple command line tool that allows you to easily manage virtual drives from a batch file or from your application.

Open the folder where you installed TntDrive and find tntdrive-service-manager.exe

The usage is shown below:

  To add new drive: /add access_key_id secret_access_key bucket_name drive_letter
  Example: /add AKIAJ5C4RDXLXLXTPY3Q C2AOnrEmfA2io1ZW0pa6iaUEze6Kf0PnSxtNM2T9 test-bucket Z

  To add new drive for s3-compatible storage: /add_s3c endpoint access_key_id secret_access_key bucket_name drive_letter
  Example: /add_s3c objects.dreamhost.com AKIAJ5C4RDXLXLXTPY3Q C2AOnrEmfA2io1ZW0pa6iaUEze6Kf0PnSxtNM2T9 test-bucket Z

  To delete the drive: /del drive_letter
  Example: /del Z

  To list drives: /list

  To reset cache: /rcache

  To activate license key: /activate-license YOUR-LICENSE-KEY or /lic YOUR-LICENSE-KEY

  To deactivate license key: /deactivate-license or /delic
			

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