This tool from what you posted sounds really useful. I had been using Partition Magic for some time and until now I ever heard of Ext2Fsd. I know there is Ntfs-3g which allows you to manipulate an NTFS filesystem from a Linux system. Has anyone heard of Total Commander (http://www.ghisler.com/featurel.htm) or Diskinternals (http://www.diskinternals.com/reader-for-tc/), they actually give you some other options for mounting ext2/3/4 file systems into NTFS directories including the SMB/CIFS support, which is what I think is one of the objectives you might have in mind when mounting a ext 2/3/4 drive and its contents into a NTFS folder and then going on to set up network shares. Especially for network admins who are working Samba File Servers/Windows File Servers.
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