Any way to specify "Enable access to restricted folders" from the CLI?


Any way to specify "Enable access to restricted folders" from the CLI?...
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wbrells
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I've been able to mount an image file via the Command Line Interface (CLI) but I need to specify the "Enable access to restricted folders" option. Is there any way to do this via the CLI? If not, mounting an image via the CLI is not very useful since I can't access/copy files from the mounted image! Alternatively, is there some way to keep an image file mounted more-or-less permanently (that is, preserve the 'mount' during a reboot and/or after 'sleeping')?

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I don’t know of a way to do that, but as a workaround if it helps for now, browsing a regularly mounted image via an elevated rather than normal CLI, or via an elevated instance of a tool like Explorer++ if you’d prefer to browse with a GUI, should get you nearly the same access. I say “nearly” because certain folders locked down to only SYSTEM or TrustedInstaller would still be off-limits, but those are rare.
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