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Commands for Unishred

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I have a licensed copy of Unishred, well unfortunately a previous workmate, got rid of all documentation for it and I do not remember the command to use to begin the Government standard scan, I thought it was usp3 -r or something similiar, but for the life of me, cannot find it on the Internet, does anyone know what the command is in the Unishred Command prompt to start the program using Government standard wiping procedures.
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Is the tool described here: http://ftp.lat.com/usp_main.htm
If yes then you can ask questions directly to the vendor.
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