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Steadystate disk protection script???? RRS feed

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  • Hello Lab8365,

     

    Based on my research, I’m sorry to tell you that we cannot turn on or turn off the Disk Protection state in Windows SteadyState thru script or command line till now. However, after you turn on the Disk Protection, you can use the script to modify the specific disk protection level for changes that are made to the hard disk. For detail info, please refer to the following KB:

     

    Description of the API for the Windows Disk Protection feature in Windows SteadyState

    http://support.microsoft.com/?id=938335

     

    Thanks and have a nice day!

    Monday, July 23, 2007 7:43 AM

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  • Hello Lab8365,

     

    Based on my research, I’m sorry to tell you that we cannot turn on or turn off the Disk Protection state in Windows SteadyState thru script or command line till now. However, after you turn on the Disk Protection, you can use the script to modify the specific disk protection level for changes that are made to the hard disk. For detail info, please refer to the following KB:

     

    Description of the API for the Windows Disk Protection feature in Windows SteadyState

    http://support.microsoft.com/?id=938335

     

    Thanks and have a nice day!

    Monday, July 23, 2007 7:43 AM
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    Can we turn on / turn off WDP CurrentStatus (WDP_ACTIVE or WDP_PASSIVE).?

     

    the article tell us how to change the CurrentMode for WDP.

     

    Thanks.

    Wednesday, August 8, 2007 7:51 PM
  • Hello Customer,

     

    Based on my research, we can only turn on or turn off the WDP thru the GUI (Graphical User Interfaces). We cannot turn on or turn off the WDP thru script till now.

     

    However, after we turn on the WDP, we can select the level (Remove all changes at restart, Retain changes temporarily, Retain all changes permanently) of the WDP thru script. For detail script, please refer to the KB:

     

    Description of the API for the Windows Disk Protection feature in Windows SteadyState

    http://support.microsoft.com/?id=938335

     

    I’m sorry for any inconvenience the behavior caused you.

     

    Thanks for your understanding.

    Thursday, August 9, 2007 3:00 AM