You can search for image files on the local disk or a network. You are able to specify one or more seraching locations into Search in combo box. They have to be separated by semicolon if you want to search in more than one in the same time. Other possibility is to use browse button or choose from the searching history. If you leave the searching location blank and start searching then Disk Protection will search in the images subfolder of the installation folder.

Running searching procedure can be independently interrupted by clicking Stop button. You can also use the context menu available after right mouse click on any found image file item.

  • Use Add to auto-mount list or Add to recent mount list buttons to add selected image file to the proper list.
  • Next option is to click Mount button. After this Disk Protection displays mounting dialog where you enter your credentials, and then it mounts the selected image.
  • The inverse operation to the Mount is Unmount . This option is available only when selected image is mounted. If you click Unmount , then Disk Protection immediatelly unmounts the selected image file.
  • The next Edit option allows you to edit the selected image . When you click it, Disk Protection opens the Image Editor and you will be asked for entering your credentials. Then you can edit the opened image, add user accounts, change passwords, increase image size limit and more.
  • When you press the Display image file properties button, Disk Protection displays a window with information about the selected image file (image version, status, encryption algorithm, key length, used file system, actual and maximum size limits, etc.) This window contains more detailed information about the selected image file than the short info at the bottom part of the auto-mount manager tab.

Related references

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