I have a USB Disk drive that I have a Traveler Mode TrueCrypt Archive. I have created a TrueCrypt container on the USB drive and when I install the USB disk I'm able to enter a password and open the encrypted container. Works great.
When I mount the TrueCrypt container Windows XP SP3 creates a new disk drive. When I open the disk, it shows the files that are in the TrueCrypt container. What I want to do is give that Disk a name.
If I open Windows Explorer, the TrueCrypt disk is just an disk Icon without a name or is says "Local Disk (F:)". When I open MY Computer the TrueCrypt disk is grouped with the Hard Disk Drives and just says "Local Disk (F:)".
I want to be able to give the TrueCrypt disk a name when it is created or when the volume is opened.
I've tried to put an Autorun.inf into the TrueCrypt disk archive, but it is not run when the disk is open because it is defined as a Local Disk and not a Removable Disk.