This article describes how to Mount and Unmount PGP Virtual Disks with PGP Desktop 9.x for Windows.
Mount a PGP Virtual DiskRemember that when your PGP Virtual Disk is mounted, the files inside it are accessible to anyone who may access your computer. There are two ways to mount a PGP Virtual Disk:
Note: If your PGP virtual disk does not show up in the PGP Disk control box shelf, you may add it to the shelf by clicking and dragging the .pgd file onto the PGP Disk control box. It will then be added to the shelf.
Unmount a PGP Virtual DiskWhen your PGP Virtual Disk is unmounted the files will be inaccessible to anyone who may access your computer. Remember to always unmount your PGP Virtual Disk when you are finished adding/removing Data. There are three ways to unmount a PGP Virtual Disk:
|Warning: Do not add data to the directory when the disk is unmounted. Adding data to the folder while the disk is unmounted will cause this .pgd file to mount as a drive letter in the future and not as the folder. The reason for this is to prevent the system from overwriting any data you copied into the folder.|