file_or_folder_path - the path to a file, a folder or a leading part of
the path. E.g. K:, C:\Program Files, C:\Docume.
/unlock or -u - unlocks the file_or_folder_path. It closes all
handles to the files\folder that starts from file_or_folder_path and
unloads .dlls which are residing in the files\folder that starts from file_or_folder_path.
/delete or -d - unlocks and deletes the file_or_folder_path. If
file_or_folder_path is a partial name of a path (e.g. "c:\Docu" is a partial
name of "C:\Documents and Settings"), all the files and folders that starts
from file_or_folder_path will be deleted. Note, if there's processes launched from
file_or_folder_path they will prevent to delete the folder\file. Use /kill
parameter to forcibly terminate such apps.
/kill or -k - terminates all the apps which are launched from
file_or_folder_path. If file_or_folder_path is a partial name of a path (e.g. "c:\Docu" is a partial
name of "C:\Documents and Settings"), all the processes which launch paths start
from file_or_folder_path string will be terminated.
/silent or -sm - no GUI will be displayed. The program
starts in silent mode, does one of the passed commands (e.g. /unlock) and terminates.
/exit or -x - exits automatically when all actions are done.
This option might be required only when you wish to see the GUI, all displayed
warnings but do not wish to press the button "exit" manually.
If the file_or_folder_path part of command line is not specified all other options will be ignored.
There's no need to use /unlock and /delete commands at the same time since /delete does unlocking and deleting the specified file or folder path.
/kill can be used with both /unlock and /delete
commands in order to terminate processes launched from file_or_folder_path if
any. Beware you may loose your data if a killed program contain unsaved information when use this option!