We have a user that uses heavily OneNote for almost everything. The user requested to protect these notebooks. We recommended the to set a password per section (since there cannot be a password set per notebook). Unfortunately, there are like 11 notebooks and almost over 400 sections - so the user requested another way of protecting the notebooks with a password).
After searching for options, we came up with the option of placing OneNote, or re-installing OneNote, to a TrueCrypt drive. That done, the following files,
Backup Folder: C:\Users\username\AppData\Local\Microsoft\OneNote
Default location: C:\Users\username\Documents\OneNote Notebooks
Cache file location: C:\Users\username\AppData\Local\Microsoft\OneNote
Would now be located in the encrypted drive.
In essence, in the encrypted drive, all should be protected (the user will have to enter a password for the encrypted drive every time uses the computer).
What s the best way to go about this, OneNote running from an encrypted drive?
If its just uninstalling OneNote from c-drive and reinstalling it to the encrypted drive, what other considerations, like maybe folder locations (as said above), should we take look on?
Thank you in advance.