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    System meltdown? I think you misunderstood the...

    System meltdown? I think you misunderstood the purpose of my post. What I described is a crude method which could be used to gain information from an NTFS drive, ...... a security issue. I would not...
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    System meltdown? I think you misunderstood the...

    System meltdown? I think you misunderstood the purpose of my post. What I described is a crude method which could be used to gain information from an NTFS drive, ...... a security issue. I would not...
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    Plugging in as a slave is fine if you can get...

    Plugging in as a slave is fine if you can get past the NT logon and NTFS file encryption.
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    I was a school admin...a long time ago....now I...

    I was a school admin...a long time ago....now I know who did it. ;-)

    It could be a valid problem for large companies which have thousands of laptops which are docking stations. Employees taking...
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    Convert to FAT to remove NTFS permissions.

    Using a partition program such as Powerquest Partition Magic, an entire NTFS hard drive can be converted to FAT from NTFS. This conversion removes all NTFS file and folder security. Once the...
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