Windows 7 and Automounting with Ext2IFS

    Ext2IFS logoI, like many, have to work under different operating systems.
    For data storage, I chose the ext3 file system. Under Windows, partitions were accessed using the Ext2IFS driver . With this configuration, I existed wonderfully and did not know any problems under WindowsXP. But here Windows 7 (x64) settled on my hard ...
    Ext2IFS (v. 1.11a) works, but after each reboot you have to climb into the control panel, run the utility and re-mount the partitions. No matter how I struggled, the “usual” ways to make auto-mount work could not. I wanted to switch to using Ext2FSD ., But it hung the system when trying to shut down.
    The problem was resolved when I remembered the mountvol utility.
    The principle is simple:
    After installing Ext2IFS and scattering the letters on the desired partitions, run mountvol in the console without parameters: Based on the information received, we write a bat-nickname for automatic mounting: It remains only to put it into startup. I would be grateful if someone would tell me the windows-way with creating keys in some tricky registry branches or setting the necessary checkmark somewhere in the wilds of administrative snap-ins ...








    mountvol U:\ \\?\Volume{501e4a5f-f269-11de-b252-0018f3440074}
    mountvol K:\ \\?\Volume{501e4a65-f269-11de-b252-0018f3440074}
    mountvol X:\ \\?\Volume{501e4a5e-f269-11de-b252-0018f3440074}
    mountvol D:\ \\?\Volume{501e4a64-f269-11de-b252-0018f3440074}
    mountvol P:\ \\?\Volume{501e4a62-f269-11de-b252-0018f3440074}
    mountvol M:\ \\?\Volume{501e4a61-f269-11de-b252-0018f3440074}
    mountvol E:\ \\?\Volume{501e4a63-f269-11de-b252-0018f3440074}

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