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<p>If you receive the error message while running Tails using
<i>virt-manager</i>, then you need to
[[run Tails from our USB image|doc/advanced_topics/virtualization/virt-manager#usb_image]]
instead of our ISO image.</p>
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<p>The error message <em>Error, Persistence volume is not
unlocked.</em> means that the Persistent Storage was not unlocked in
the Welcome Screen. You cannot use or configure your Persistent Storage
but you can delete it and create a new one.</p>
<p>To change the configuration of your Persistent Storage, restart Tails,
unlock the Persistent Storage, and choose <strong>Applications</strong>&nbsp;▸
<strong>Tails</strong>&nbsp;▸ <strong>Configure persistent volume</strong>
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<p>There is currently no visible way to close the
<b>Configure persistent volume</b> application when no changes have been made.</p>
<p>To close the <b>Configure persistent volume</b> application,
press <span class="keycap">Esc</span>.</p>
When run for the first time, or after [[deleting the Persistent Storage|delete]], an assistant allows you to create a Persistent Storage in the free space left on the USB stick. Refer to our [[installation instructions|install/clone#create-persistence]] for more guidance on creating the Persistent Storage.
<h1 id="configure">Configuring the Persistent Storage</h1>
To configure the Persistent Storage, choose **Applications**&nbsp;▸ **Tails**&nbsp;▸ **Configure persistent volume**.
<p><strong>Restart Tails to apply the changes</strong> after selecting or
deselecting one or several features.</p>
<p>Only the features that are listed below can currently be made
<p>We are often asked to implement new features of the
Persistent Storage:
Tor Browser preferences,
Tor configuration,
desktop background,
mouse and touchpad settings,
See the
desc="list of issues about the Persistent Storage"]].<p>
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<p>If you turn off a feature, it will be
unavailable after restarting Tails but the
corresponding files
are still saved in the Persistent Storage.</p>
<p>To delete the files corresponding to a feature:</p>
Start Tails and set an
[[administration password|doc/first_steps/welcome_screen/administration_password]].
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<span class="guimenu">Applications</span>&nbsp;▸
<span class="guisubmenu">System Tools</span>&nbsp;▸
<span class="guimenuitem">Root Terminal</span>
to open a terminal with administration rights.
Execute the <span class="code">nautilus</span> command to open the file
browser with administration rights.
In the file browser, navigate to <span class="filename">
Delete the folder corresponding to the feature:
<li><strong>Personal Data</strong>: <code>Persistent</code> folder</li>
<li><strong>Welcome Screen</strong>: <code>greeter-settings</code> folder</li>
<li><strong>Browser Bookmarks</strong>: <code>bookmarks</code> folder</li>
<li><strong>Network Connections</strong>: <code>nm-system-connections</code></li>
<li><strong>Additional Software</strong>: <code>apt</code> and <code>apt-sources.list.d</code> folders and <code>live-additional-software.conf</code> file</li>
<li><strong>Printers</strong>: <code>cups-configuration</code> folder</li>
<li><strong>Thunderbird</strong>: <code>thunderbird</code> folder</li>
<li><strong>GnuPG</strong>: <code>gnupg</code> folder</li>
<li><strong>Bitcoin Client</strong>: <code>electrum</code> folder</li>
<li><strong>Pidgin</strong>: <code>pidgin</code> folder</li>
<li><strong>SSH Client</strong>: <code>openssh-client</code> folder</li>
<li><strong>Dotfiles</strong>: <code>dotfiles</code> folder</li>
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