#13 command line option to mount read write

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nobody
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2011-08-08
2011-08-08
griffia
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would it be possible to either create a command live version of Ext2Mgr or update Mount.exe to allow you to mount a volume with read write permissions?

i've managed to work out that you make a change to the registry and i've writen a little powershell script to update that but it still doens't allow write access to the volume,

powershell command (if anyone is interested)

$Registry_Key = "HKLM:\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\Ext2Fsd\Volumes\"
$rk = (Get-Item -path $Registry_Key)
$values = Get-ItemProperty $rk.PSPath
$keys = $rk.Property
foreach($key in $keys)
{
if($values."$key" -like "Readonly*")
{
$new_value = ($values."$key").Replace("Readonly" , "Ext3ForceWriting")
write-host $Registry_Key "$key" $new_value
Set-ItemProperty $Registry_Key -name "$key" -value $new_value
}
}

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