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/Filesystem

Specifies the internal hard drive format to use for an encrypted volume. Default is AUTO, in which case SafeHouse chooses one of the FAT formats.

If you are not familiar with the low level differences between Windows' file systems, we recommend that you allow SafeHouse to pick for you by accepting the default.

Please know that if you choose NTFS formatting for your volume, it cannot be resized. SafeHouse only knows how to resize volumes that are formatted using one of the FAT (or AUTO) drive formats.

If you specify NONE as the filesystem format, you will need to use the Windows formatter before being able to use the volume to store files.

Syntax:

/FILESYSTEM = [AUTO | FAT12 | FAT16 | FAT32 | NTFS | NONE]

Examples:

/Filesystem=AUTO

/Filesystem=FAT32

Utilities Supporting this option:

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