Hello dear community,
in my mount tests I could find out following:
- if you mount the same file name 2 times with different file data inside the iso, the alert isn't created because the file isn't beeing created. I think the recent folder is not made for this, because the lnk file stays there.
- when mounting via cmd.exe no lnk file is created in recent folder
is there a better way to create a check for mounting iso/img files?
Hi @RFeyertag ,
First of all I want to ask in what version of Windows have you tested that? Secondly please open immediately a TAC case regarding this issue in order to be investigated properly.
In the mean time I'm researching some ways to identify manually mounted ISOs.
Thanks @RFeyertag !
Also wanted to let you know that I've tested this with 2 different Ubuntu ISO's, in two different locations and same file name as you did and I can see the alerts were generated successfully so it's better to take this forward with TAC.
Let me know if you have any questions or concerns!
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