I noticed a lots of orphan drive letters attahed in Windows explorer. They are not in Drive Manager though. So I figured users mounting them with TrueCrypt.
First question - does it really required to mount a drive when encrypting/decrypting with TrueCrypt?
And, how to prevent this? Group Policy or within the TrueCrypt app?
Thanks in advance!
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