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[Discuss] TrueCrypt on a network Drive
- Subject: [Discuss] TrueCrypt on a network Drive
- From: blu at nedharvey.com (Edward Ned Harvey (blu))
- Date: Tue, 30 Oct 2012 11:23:46 +0000
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> From: discuss-bounces+blu=nedharvey.com at blu.org [mailto:discuss- > bounces+blu=nedharvey.com at blu.org] On Behalf Of aldo albanese > > Created a folder called TrueCrypt on the network drive. > Via TrueCrypt App, I created a volume using option "Create an encrypted file > container". > I selected standard TrueCrypt volume then I entered Z:\Truecrypt\Truecrypt > and selected "never save history" > I selected the default option for encryption. > Used Volume size 1 GB > Entered Password > Use filesystem NTFS moved my mouse around few times. > Then I went back into Truecrypt, clicked on the J Drive within the Truecrypt > window, selected the file on the?Z:\Truecrypt\Truecrypt and clicked Mount. ?I > was able to move files in the J drive. > > Few days later using the J drive, I can not get in anymore. ?What am I doing > wrong? It should work as described - I do this at home, and I have done it for years. The only thing you didn't mention, is dismounting from the system where you first mounted it. You *did* dismount it, didn't you? As soon as it's dismounted, it should be mountable again, either by the same computer, or by a different computer on the network. And again, I'm speaking from experience on this.