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> I think you may have a tough time finding that. Supposedly, NTFS is a c1
> (supposedly soon to be c2) secure file system, which means that no OS
> except for NT is supposed to be able to read/write from it. I heard that
> MS is considering legal action against the guy who wrote the NTFS-read
> stuff for linux, since the code was copywrite or some such.
>
> I personally think the only way a micro$oft operating/file system will be
> secure is to turn the computer off. In my opinon, this doesn't change
> the amount of usefullness versus when the machine is turned on.
> :-)
>
> -dave
>


June 10 issue of InfoWorld page 16, article about NTFSDOS,
ftp://ftp.ora.com/pub/examples/windows/win95.update/schulman.html
seems to be freeware, maybe source comes with it, I haven't looked
yet. MS says they are not too concerned about it.

Eric



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