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[Discuss] TrueCrypt on a network Drive

On Mon, 29 Oct 2012 09:14:13 -0700 (PDT)
aldo albanese <aldo_albanese at> wrote:

> password using the default options in TrueCrypt. ?I then open the
> file without the issue mapping it to a "J" Drive. ?Few days later,
> with the same password I'm unable to open it, Truecrypt is telling me
> that it is a wrong password.

NTFS is not a cluster-aware file system. If you have the container
mounted in two places at the same time then you've almost certainly
destroyed the contents.

Rich P.

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