Mount Boot Camp in Read/Write Mode

I use “LABEL=BOOTCAMP none ntfs rw,auto,nobrowse” into /etc/fstab
it seems to be simpler for me, and does not require a lot of 3rd party libraries from Tuxera

this way can be unstable when copying a large amounts of data
but it works perfectly to edit windows ini files, remove not working driver or something like this

one more way
mkdir ~/ntfs-volume
sudo umount /dev/disk1s3
sudo mount -t ntfs -o rw,auto,nobrowse /dev/disk1s3 ~/ntfs-volume
open ~/ntfs-volume/

and more :slightly_smiling_face:
sudo /Applications/ -m /dev/disk1s3
2019-12-29 12:49:38.579 winclone[41795:667420] unmounting /dev/disk1s3
2019-12-29 12:49:38.782 winclone[41795:667420] mounting /dev/disk1s3 read/write

this will not work is Windows was in hibernated state