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Need help! :( A+ Lab - Directory Managment

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    Lab - Directory Managment

    Objective: To experience directory managment at the command line.


    Procedure:

    1. While at the root of the drive, create the following directory structure:
    C:\
    I - - Personal
    l I - - Music
    l l -Jazz
    l - -Work
    l - -Reports
    l - -Quotations

    2. Syntax to create the "Personal" directory and its subdirectories in one step

    ______________________________________…


    3. Syntax to create the "Work" directory and its subdirectories at a time.
    List ~ALL~ syntax required.

    ______________________________________…

    ______________________________________…


    4. Change your location in the directory structure to be in "Music".

    Syntax (Absolute):_____________________________…

    5. Remove the "Quotations" directory from your current location.

    Syntax: ________________________________________…


    6. Still in your current location, change your current directory to "Reports".

    Syntax:_______________________________…
    a. Write down what your prompt looks like: _________________________________


    7. Rename the "Reports" directory to documents.

    a. Syntax: ________________________________________…
    b. What did you have to do before hand in order to perform the above step successfully?

    ______________________________________…

    8. How can a user check to see if the rename process succeeded?

    ______________________________________…


    9. Delete the "Personal" directory and its subdirectories in one step. When performing the delete, ensure that it is not going to ask you for confirmation of the deletion.

    Syntax: ________________________________________…


    10. Copy system.ini and win.ini files located in the Windows directory to the Work directory.

    Syntax: ________________________________________…

    11. Draw the current directory structure of work.
     

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