Fstab how to automaticly mount a drive with user permissions?

I searched and searched the internet and none has worked.
I want my NTFS drive to automaticly mount at startup with user permissions not root. But no matter what i do it allways is root.

This is the line i added to Fstab:
UUID=7C1A71921A714A62 /mnt/7C1A71921A714A62 auto nosuid,nodev,users 0 2
It mounts on startup, yes. but as root and not as user.
Please help.
PS: Im posting this before i go to sleep, so dont expect an answer soon.

Check if you have ntfs-3g installed.

Post info about your system and about your drive that you have problem.
Not every case is the same.

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Try:

UUID=7C1A71921A714A62 /mnt/7C1A71921A714A62 ntfs-3g nofail,noatime,rw,user,uid=1000,gid=1000,dmask=022,fmask=133,windows_names,auto 0 0
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You beat me to it. :slight_smile:

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I had a nap, so i was a mite fresher. :wink:

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