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Brian David

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EWF Administrator 1.2.019 Release
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Posted on 2009-07-13 at 04:55:00
Attachment Attachment: EWF Admin 1.2.019 Filesize: 15 KB
File: http://www.thevod.org/applications/ewfadmin/EWFA_01.02.019.rar

Updated version number 1.2 Build (01.02.019.release.x86.win)

Requirements

- .NET Framework (3.5 Recommended, may not work with older versions)
- Windows XPe or Windows XP with EWF installed
- Administrative rights

New Features 1.2.019

+ Fixed button bug listed below under 1.2 known issues
+ Changed behavior of TrayIcon over hover when EWF is disabled
+ Disabled CMD Window when commit occurs (still not in ini file)
+ Minor bug fixes

Known Issues / Bugs (1.2.019)

- There may be a bug related to changing the automated overlay size, when the refresh rate is set lower than the default value. The application will say EWF is not installed. Reloading the app should fix this, if not you can manually change the cache size in the ini file.

EWF Administrator 1.2.013 Release
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Posted on 2009-07-12 at 06:22:00
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File: http://www.thevod.org/applications/ewfadmin/EWFA_01.02.013.rar

EWF Administrator 1.2

I have updated EWF Administrator to version 1.2 Build (01.02.013.release.x86.win). I am currently running it with no issues.

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This new version supports the use of protected drive letters other than C:>. To change the drive letter, edit the last entry in the config.ini file.

This new version has a less cluttered, better layout. As you may have noticed I have removed the HORM portion of the application for now (It was not implemented yet anyway).

I have also added more options to the Tray Icon Menu, which better reflects what you can do in the main application.

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I have also enabled the CMD window for when the overlay is committed. In the next build it will be optional in the ini file. I enabled this for Diagnostic purposes, and then started to like it.

The next minor build will have a new and improved tray icon. I am also toying with a better way to notify the user that EWF is enabled/disabled.

Requirements

- .NET Framework (3.5 Recommended, may not work with older versions)
- Windows XPe or Windows XP with EWF installed
- Administrative rights

New Features 1.2.013

+ New GUI layout.
+ Change Protected Volume (edit last line of config.ini)
+ Bug Fixes
+ New tray icon right click commands
+ Minor bug fixes

Known Issues / Bugs

- The Commit button (without the Live commit check box) does not properly clear the Enable / Disable status buttons. You have to "Clear" the current command before you can properly set your desired state.

Extracted size is less than 75 KB, Memory Use typically less than 5 MB (2.5 MB Minimized to tray), and CPU usage typically less than 1 % CPU time.

EWF Administrator 1.0 Initial Release
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Posted on 2009-04-17 at 03:24:00
Attachment Attachment: EWF Admin 1.0.000 Filesize: 35 KB
File: http://www.thevod.org/applications/ewfadmin/EWFA_01.00.000.rar

I have released the initial version of EWF GUI Administrator.

EWF - is a cache based write filter present in Windows Embedded operating systems. It works at a sector level and redirects all writes to RAM. This is particulary useful for several reasons.

1) It allows users to control how changes are made to their computers.
2) It prolongs the life of SSD and other flash based drives (if changes are not commited).
3) It stops SSDs that suffer from slow random writes from shuttering.

It is important to note that EWF's cache can not grow over 512 MB or the system will crash. This is a limitation of the EWF driver and can not easily be overcome. This is where the GUI Administrator comes into play. It can notify you when your EWF cache reaches your predefined limit. It can also automatically take an action when the cache is full.

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Main application window.

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User customizable tray icon(s).

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Tray notification when the limit is reached.

Requirements

- .NET Framework (3.5 Recommended, may not work with older versions)
- Windows XPe or Windows XP with EWF installed
- Administrative rights

Current Features 1.0.0

+ Enable the EWF system upon next reboot.
+ Disable the EWF system upon next reboot.
+ Commit overlay and disable EWF (without restart).
+ Set the EWF cache to be applied the next time the computer is restarted.
+ Clear the current EWF command set to be executed at the next reboot.
+ Automatically commit and restart when overlay has reached its limit.
+ Automatically commit and disable EWF when overlay has reached its limit.
+ Display a tray notification when user limit is reached (this is also the limit for the automated actions to be executed).
+ Start application minimized to the tray.
+ User customizable tray icon(s).

Known Issues / Bugs
- The about screen is blank.