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Connecting Virtual Objects to the System as Virtual Drives

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Virtual objects created in the Device view pane of R‑Studio can be connected to the system as read-only  virtual drives. Such virtual drives become accessible to the system and to other programs. Moreover, such virtual drives remain connected after R‑Studio has been closed.


To connect a virtual object as a read-only virtual drive to the system

1 Control-click the virtual object and select Mount on the contextual menu.
> A read-only virtual drive will appear on the Drives panel

And in the system (Disk Utility)

And this virtual disk becomes accessible to the system and other programs.


To disconnect a virtual drive

1 Control-click the virtual drive on the Drives panel and select Unmount on the contextual menu.