I feel like this is a really simple and fundamental function that Windows should have, but so far Google has been telling me it isn't possible. How can I mount an NTFS partition read-only in Windows?
Everett's answer works! (Thanks.)
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If you have multiple volumes in a disk, neither
attr volshows the correct read-only status. It shows the read-only status of the last modified volume. Try these:
sel vol 1,
attr vol set readonly,
sel vol 2,
attr vol clear readonly,
sel vol 1. Now
detail volshows that volume 1 is not read-only, but it actually is.
If you modify a volume with Linux's
ntfs-3gand then bring it to Windows, it cannot be mount read-only.
If you run
attr disk set readonly, none of the disk's volume can be mounted.