Disk Protection in the shell context menu

TrustPort Disk Protection is associated with the shell context menu. This context menu is displayed when you right click on any image file or on a mounted drive. In this menu you can select ' Mount ' or ' Unmount ' item in dependency on the situation. When the image is mounted, then 'Unmount' item is displayed and when the image is unmounted, then there is the 'Mount' item showed.

The next added item is image file properties . When you right click on any image file and select the 'Properties' menu item, the following window will apppear.

This window informs the user about an image and displays all available details about an image file. You can see:

  • the image file version number ,
  • encryption algorithm , which has been selected at the time of image creation,
  • encryption key size , it depends on selected encryption algorithm,
  • file system used for this image file, which depends on image file size. Image file with size equal or less than 8MB uses FAT 12 file system, a image with size equal or less than 256MB uses FAT16 file system and image larger than 256MB uses FAT32 file system,
  • allocation unit size is size of allocation unit and depends on used file system and selected image size,
  • actual limit size , what is current size of the image and it can be increased until maximum image size; to do this use Image Editor ,
  • maximum limit size , what is maximum size that the image can be increased to,
  • status , what the state of image is and it can be Unmounted or Mounted. In Mounted state there is mentioned a letter in brackets where the image is mounted.

At the bottom of this window is a special 'Edit image' button. If you click this button, then Image Editor will be started and selected image file automatically opens for editation.

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