Is it possible to mount an NTFS filesystem on Windows without permission restrictions?
A typical scenario occurs when you connect a drive containing NTFS partitions from another computer. In this scenario, much of the user content will be inaccessible until you modify the ACLs to give access permissions your user's SID.
Windows will offer you to make it permanently accessible, but that causes a lengthy operation that modifies the disk:
I'm curious whether there's a "mount option" to use that'll mark a mounted volume as allowing permissive "everyone" access -- specifically when mounting on Windows (not Linux nor Mac).