Article ID: 6677, created on Sep 15, 2009, last review on May 3, 2014

  • Applies to:
  • Virtuozzo containers for Windows 4.5
  • Virtuozzo containers for Windows 4.0


This can achieved via command line, there is no GUI interface available for this procedure yet.

1. volume name might be in form \\?\Volume{87523455-7b63-11dc-9031-806e6f6e6963}, or \Device\HardDiskVolumexx.

Example of usage: 
vzctl mountext CTID --srcdir d: --dstdir \\?\Volume{87523455-7b63-11dc-9031-806e6f6e6963}
vzctl mountext CTID --srcdir d: --dstdir \Device\HardDiskVolume2

where d: is a letter within the container, \Device\HardDiskVolume2 (or \\?\Volume{87523455-7b63-11dc-9031-806e6f6e6963}) is name of the volume mounted to the host which has no drive letter assigned.

2. The list of volumes mounted on the host might be retrieved via WMI interface - just run from the command line:
wmic.exe volume list

28d0f7cc091e3b9304fa556c03f9a940 d02f9caf3e11b191a38179103495106f 965b49118115a610e93635d21c5694a8 d09cb2230ee0cfa720ed0f2a3cc39452 2897d76d56d2010f4e3a28f864d69223

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