The events that should be fired when a filesystem volume is mounted to or unmounted from the system.
int SetFireVolumeEvents(int iFireVolumeEvents);
INT SetFireVolumeEvents(INT iFireVolumeEvents);
This property specifies the events that the class should fire when a filesystem volume is mounted to or unmounted from the system. Possible values are:
|FS_MOUNT_IGNORE||0||Don't fire any events when volumes are mounted or unmounted.|
|FS_MOUNT_NOTIFY||64||Fire Notification Events when volumes are mount or unmounted.|
|FS_MOUNT_CONTROL||128||Fire Control Events when volumes are mounted or unmounted.|
|FS_MOUNT_BOTH||192||Fire all events when volumes are mounted or unmounted.|
Note that the aforementioned events are only fired for volumes mounted/unmounted after the StartFilter method is called. Typically, applications use these events to dynamically add or remove volume-specific filter rules that target removable volumes (like, e.g., USB drives), as well as create virtual files on such volumes. Please refer to the File Masks topic for more information.