# Disable commands?

#### MaartenG

Somewhere in the back of my mind is the idea that it was possible to disable specific commands in 4DOS /4NT times.
Was this indeed possible or am I mixing up things? And if it was possible: is that still the case in the current versions?

Not very important; it's just that this thought keeps nagging me .....

#### Charles Dye

##### Super Moderator
You can disable internal commands with SETDOS, e.g.
Code:
``setdos /i-unzip``

You can also use an alias to substitute something different:
Code:
``alias unzip=c:\bin\util\unzip.exe``

#### MaartenG

You can disable internal commands with SETDOS, e.g.
Code:
``setdos /i-unzip``

Thanks!! That's it! Now I can sleep again :-)

(The alias was also my first thought, but isn't the same as disabling a command)

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