You will need to disable both in the services.
As root, mount the partitions as read only with "mount -t ntfs -o ro /dev/windows-partition-you-wish-to-mount /mnt"
You can also make it to where all user accounts can mount but only with read only.
See the man pages for chmod and chattr.
If NFS is enabled, disable if you are not using a network.
I'm using Fedora 8 and every time I boot, my two other Windows NTFS partitions are automatically mounted. I'm not sure what is doing this! I can't remember how they originally got mounted, but I'd prefer to change how they are mounted as the folder they are mounted into varies which makes accessing music through RhythmBox awkward, for example. I know a much better way to mount drives is through the fstab, but I want to stop this automounting first. What program is doing it?
Thanks in advance,