Getting a count of volume shadow copies

Windows creates volume shadow copies from time to time, that you can use to retrieve copies of delete files.


VSCMount, available here, is a tool that helps you check to see if volume shadow copies are available. A script like this one for VSCMount:


C:\FooFolder\vsc\VSCMount.exe --dl E --mp C:\VSCs


. . . should be run in PowerShell in admin mode.




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