Creates a new alias for a complete command, complete command and arguments, or another alias.
Typing >alias without any arguments displays the current list of aliases and their definitions.
Optional. The name for the new alias. If no value is supplied for aliasname, a list of the current aliases and their definitions appears.
Optional. The complete command name or existing alias and any parameters that you want to create as an alias. If no value is supplied for aliasstring, the alias name and alias string for the specified alias displays.
Since aliases represent commands, they must be located at the beginning of the command line.
When issuing this command, you should include the switches immediately after the command, not after the aliases, otherwise the switch itself will be included as part of the alias string.
The /reset switch asks for a confirmation before the aliases are restored. There is no short form of /reset.