Windows Ntfs For Dos V1 9
After a task has been used do we need to remove them so they will not show up in the output offile-directory policy task showor will they expire after a while?I am working on a script to apply default permissions after a new ntfs volume is created.thanks
windows ntfs for dos v1 9
Hi, how would I format a external hard drive partition to NTFS for windows ? There's no option in disk utility. Only MS-DOS ( FAT ) , ExFat, free space, Mac OS extended- journaled, Mac OS extended, journaled case sensitive.
ok i wasn't clear, I want to make a backup of my windows partition and mac partition on my macbook pro retina on to ONE external hard drive. So I wanted to make two partitions on the external hard drive, one mac os extended journaled and one NTFS .
"I want to make a backup of my windows partition and mac partition on my macbook pro retina on to ONE external hard drive. So I wanted to make two partitions on the external hard drive, one mac os extended journaled and one NTFS ."
I don't know if you have ever solved this problem. You just make 2 partitions like you would normally (extended - journaled). Then with bootcamp you install windows (the windows installer can format disks, making them NTFS). Otherwise you'll need an external program like the earlier suggestions, or operate in a windows environment, since apple doesn't really support NTFS: reading only, not writing.
::*> file-directory show -vserver svm -path /vol1/(vserver security file-directory show)Vserver: svm File Path: /vol1/ File Inode Number: 64 Security Style: ntfs Effective Style: ntfs DOS Attributes: 10 DOS Attributes in Text: ----D---Expanded Dos Attributes: - UNIX User Id: 0 UNIX Group Id: 0 UNIX Mode Bits: 777 UNIX Mode Bits in Text: rwxrwxrwx ACLs: NTFS Security DescriptorControl:0x9504 Owner:BUILTIN\Administrators Group:BUILTIN\Administrators DACL - ACEs ALLOW-TEST\Domain Admins-0x1f01ff-OICI
The second question, well some people prefer GPT over MBR because you can create unlimited partitions on the disk... I use MBR and have 3 primary partitions (3 Linux distros) and one extended partition which is my /home. The thing is that usually, windows must be on GPT partitions, thus if you want to have dual-boot or use UEFI, then you need GPT. On that case, you need to run gdisk to be able to set the GPT label.
Since NTP servers operate over the UDP protocol using TCP/IP, these network infrastructures must be working efficiently for effective NTP server operation. In case you want to make time servers on windows server 2019 hosted on a virtual machine, you should disable the virtual machine time synchronization settings and sync their time with the domain Windows Server 2019.
I am having this same issue on windows 10. The file that is locked is my quickbooks accounting system. I have tried a variety of solutions shown in various threads. Nothing seems to work. Any update on this issue?
We can create an entry in the /etc/fstab file so that our NTFS disk will automatically mount on system boot. Below is an example of the entry that I have placed into my fstab file. This will mount the disk to the /ntfs directory.
Why would you format as HFS+ and then also buy NTFS for Mac? That program allows you to read and write to NTFS partitions, not HFS since that is already native. If you format as HFS+, you would need the Macdrive (or similar) program on your windows systems to read/write to it.