can not get data off a mounted image?

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can not get data off a mounted image?

Postby Beau » Mon Feb 05, 2018 10:59 am

Hi All,
I am on windows 10 my account is admin
I am have trouble mounting a image as a drive letter
it mounted as drive Z:
when I try to access something i get access denied and it takes me to the image i posted

how do i fix this
Beau
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Re: can not get data off a mounted image?

Postby Bob Coleman » Mon Feb 05, 2018 5:58 pm

How are you mounting the image?
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Re: can not get data off a mounted image?

Postby TeraByte Support » Mon Feb 05, 2018 6:00 pm

if it's from a different system, you need to change permissions (mounted
image still uses Windows security, TBIMount doesn't). You'd want to mount
with write simulation enabled (through the tbimount.exe) then you can change
ownership and permissions.

"Beau" wrote in message news:14687@public.image...

Hi All,
I am on windows 10 my account is admin
I am have trouble mounting a image as a drive letter
it mounted as drive Z:
when I try to access something i get access denied and it takes me to the
image i posted

how do i fix this
Beau

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Re: can not get data off a mounted image?

Postby Beau » Tue Feb 06, 2018 6:24 am

Hi Bob,
I found the image then did right click and did mount as drive letter
Bob Coleman wrote:
> How are you mounting the image?
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Re: can not get data off a mounted image?

Postby Beau » Tue Feb 06, 2018 6:37 am

Hi it is from the same system I had to reinstall window so i was just going back to get data
so i have to change it from system?


TeraByte Support wrote:
> if it's from a different system, you need to change permissions (mounted
> image still uses Windows security, TBIMount doesn't). You'd want to mount
>
> with write simulation enabled (through the tbimount.exe) then you can
> change
> ownership and permissions.
>
> "Beau" wrote in message news:14687@public.image...
>
> Hi All,
> I am on windows 10 my account is admin
> I am have trouble mounting a image as a drive letter
> it mounted as drive Z:
> when I try to access something i get access denied and it takes me to the
>
> image i posted
>
> how do i fix this
> Beau
Beau
 
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Re: can not get data off a mounted image?

Postby Bob Coleman » Tue Feb 06, 2018 1:03 pm

Beau wrote:
> Hi Bob,
> I found the image then did right click and did mount as drive letter
> Bob Coleman wrote:
> > How are you mounting the image?

I didn't even know that could be done. I always use TBIMount, part of TeraByte Drive Image Backup and Restore Suite though somewhat hidden because you get it by choosing to install TBIView.
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Re: can not get data off a mounted image?

Postby TeraByte Support » Tue Feb 06, 2018 3:08 pm

if you reinstalled then it's like a new windows so you'll have to change
permissions as explained before.


"Beau" wrote in message news:14696@public.image...

Hi it is from the same system I had to reinstall window so i was just
going back to get data
so i have to change it from system?


TeraByte Support wrote:
> if it's from a different system, you need to change permissions (mounted
> image still uses Windows security, TBIMount doesn't). You'd want to mount
>
> with write simulation enabled (through the tbimount.exe) then you can
> change
> ownership and permissions.
>
> "Beau" wrote in message news:14687@public.image...
>
> Hi All,
> I am on windows 10 my account is admin
> I am have trouble mounting a image as a drive letter
> it mounted as drive Z:
> when I try to access something i get access denied and it takes me to the
>
> image i posted
>
> how do i fix this
> Beau

TeraByte Support
 
Posts: 2511
Joined: Thu May 05, 2011 3:37 pm


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