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[Discuss] TrueCrypt on a network Drive

> From: aldo albanese [mailto:aldo_albanese at]
> You are a great group, thanks you. ?This user is extra paranoid and would like
> her network drive encrypted. ?She is the only one mounting and using the
> drive. ? I saw the option for backup the volume header, does it work in case
> of a disaster? ?I will test the other two program you suggested.

For a single user on a single volume, go with the boxcryptor solution.  They do that much for free.

Encfs4win has some stability issues under certain conditions, which turn out to be common.  But if you're going to save a bunch of money by using it, you can teach users how/what to avoid, and work with it.

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