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ERD Commander 2000 2.0

Unread postPosted: Mon Jan 12, 2009 10:30 pm
by rajeevmahura
Although many systems administrators have embraced the advent of NTFS because of its security and capacity advantages over the FAT file system, some are put off because NTFS doesn't let them use DOS-bootable disks to access NTFS partitions. The DOS boot disk, along with a handful of DOS utilities, has been an essential part of most systems administrators' toolkits. Nervous about losing this ability to access NTFS drives to perform emergency repairs, some administrators have kept their system partitions FAT, potentially compromising security.

If you're one of those worried administrators, you can rest easy. You can load Winternals Software's ERD Commander 2000 2.0 from bootable disks or a bootable CD-ROM to access NTFS partitions and even perform registry modifications. ERD Commander 2000 also lets you install the software directly to your system disk and access it from the boot loader menu during startup. Regardless of how you launch it, ERD Commander 2000 will simplify your job. . . .