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mount point manager and tracking.log what do they actually do?


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mikeloeven

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system volume information does absolutly nothing on external drives provided you disable restore and indexing so why than does the operating system keep generating tracking.log and mountpointmanagerremotedatabase

deleting them from an external drive doesn't impact the disk performance at all nor does it render the disk unreadable. and yet the system seems intent on accessing this folder at seeming random intervals.

so what do these files actually do ?


also is it safe to just set this folder to SYSTEM>deny full control to stop the phantom disk access?

Edited by mikeloeven, 17 December 2010 - 11:30 AM.

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