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    Default Mounting a drive to an NTFS folder

    Tomorrow is test day already!!!

    I finished watching my CBT nuggets and my book last night. Paging through another book and taking transcenders.

    What are the requirements to mount a volume inside of another volume. I believe the only restriction is that the Receiving volume be formatted NTFS.

    The Volume you are mounting can be FAT, or FAT32. And also I read somewhere that both can be basic disks (although I previously thought dynamic)

    So if you have 2 disks, each one is a primary partition on a basic disk. C: is NTFS and D: is Fat. You could Mount D: (although it would no longer be D) into C:\D

    Is that correct?
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    How to create and use NTFS mounted drives in Windows XP and in Windows Server 2003
    Assign a mount point folder path to a drive

    Yes, yes, yes. Although I would like to test the third statement to ensure there would not be two mount points created.
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    Just wanted to verify that, sometimes there are mistakes in the book and this could potentially be a big one. Thanks for the info on both this question and all of the others.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Devilsbane View Post
    Just wanted to verify that, sometimes there are mistakes in the book and this could potentially be a big one. Thanks for the info on both this question and all of the others.
    Always a pleasure! Just giving the help I got when I was studying myself!
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