The operating system controls and assigns the drive letters
to the attached partitions.
Read-only partitions are read-only drives in the operating system.
The operating system must support the file system of an attached partition.
Else, you cannot read or modify the contents of the partition from
the operating system. For example, in a Windows environment the
operating system cannot read the partition type EXT2 which is native
to Linux. Also, in a Linux environment the operating system cannot
read the partition type NTFS which is native to Windows.
The vFlash partition label is different from the volume name
of the file system on the emulated USB device. You can change the
volume name of the emulated USB device from the operating system. However,
it does not change the partition label name stored in iDRAC7.