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  1. I must have accidentally checked the box that stores the encryption key because now CloudDrive mounts my drive when the machine boots up (even after a full shutdown). How do I tell it to ask for my key again at startup? Thanks.
  2. Hi there, I'm trying to figure out the best way to encrypt all my drives that are part of my DrivePool. Should I... a - use CloudDrive to encrypt each disk individually as a 'Local Disk' provider, then add each encrypted drive to the drive pool. b - add all the unencrypted drives to the drive pool, then encrypt the entire pool with CloudDrive as a 'Local Disk' and use the encrypted version of the pool c - use some 3rd party encryption program to encrypt the drives, then add them to the drive pool d - add all unencrypted drives to the pool, then use 3rd party encryption to encrypt the whole pool If I encrypt a drive with CloudDrive using the 'Local Disk' provider, does this leverage the AES instructions in my processor? Or does it do the encryption in a software layer? Thanks!
  3. The answer is probably no. But i hope want to confirm anyway as it would seem to be a logically possible option. Any function to map Google Cloud as a drive without any form of encryption? Just want to allocate a drive letter to it, and use as a normal drive. No encryption or even obsfucation of any form.
  4. Hi, I am looking for at solution to encrypt my storage drives that I am using for drivepool. How is the easiest way to do this? I have read this forum through over and over again, but I cannot seem to find a newer guide to how to setup bitlocker (I would rather use something like disktryptor instead but if bitlocker is the only encryption software supported, I can live with that). Does anyone know how to encrypt the disks I'm using for my drivepool storage? I don't have a TPM-module so I'll need to use a USB drive. Also, I am not going to encrypt my system drive, so how do I manually start drivepool (I don't have a problem manually activate things at each startup as my server is seldom restarted). Any help would be much appreciated! /MaxIImus
  5. Like the title says, I totally missed the box to enable encryption on my StableBit folder and now I'm wondering if it's possible to turn encryption on after the fact (since some has already been uploaded), or if I should just delete everything and start from scratch? I don't see an option to enable it, so I'm leaning towards the last option.
  6. Has there been any improvement on the EFS support? I only see it mentioned a long time ago and that balancing and duplication were not supported, maybe this is supported now?
  7. Hello guys, all your products are just amazing! Do you have any plans on integrating the encryption used in CloudDrive into DrivePool? Would be really nice if we can get rid of BitLocker. Thanks!
  8. Hello, System: Windows 10 intel i4770 CloudDrive version: 1.0.0.417 BETA 64bit Background/Issue Created a local CloudDrive pointing to Amazon S3. I chose full encryption. The volume/bucket created successfully on S3 as well as the formatting and drive assignment for my local drive. I could see the METADATA GUID, and a few chunk files were created from the process on the S3 bucket. Next, I upload one file and noticed that additional "chunk" files were created in the bucket. After the Stablebit GUI status indicated that all file transfers were completed, I deleted the file from my local CloudDrive. After awhile, I refreshed the S3 bucket and saw that all the chunks were still there...including the new ones that were created when I transferred the file. Here's my newb questions: 1. Am I correct in stating that when I delete a local file which is on my local Stablebit CloudDrive pointing to Amazon S3, it should remove the applicable "chunks" from Amazon S3? 2. How can I be sure that when I delete a large file from my local CloudDrive, the applicable S3 storage bucket size reduces accordingly? 3. Am I off base to think that the two file systems should stay in sync? During my tests, and after waiting quite some time, the S3 bucket never decreased in size even though I deleted the large file(s). Which means Amazon boosts their bottom line at my expense. Thanks, and I searched for this but could not find any discussion on point.
  9. Hi, I am trying to pool 2 x 1.5TB drives into a single 2.xTB partition on Windows 7. I have converted the two disks to GPT disks for starters (to get around the 2TB limit the resultant DrivePool drive will be greater than). I then formatted the two disks as NTFS partitions and then added them to a new pool in DrivePool and I get a 2.72TB partition like I want (which I alloated to Z:). FYI both disks are plugged into a USB dual-bay hard drive dock (so dynamic volumes aren’t an option for me as I’m sure many would know). I already use TrueCrypt, however I cannot get the DrivePool-created drive (Z:) to be encrypted in TrueCrypt. I have tried the following: 1) Created the DrivePool as drive Z:. It is mounted in the o/s like a normal drive. In TrueCrypt: 2) Selected "Tools" -> "Volume creation wizard" 3) "Encrypt a non-system partition drive" 4) "Standard TrueCrypt volume" 5) "Select device" -> "Z:" 6) "Encrypt partition in place", click "next" and get "Incorrect function" dialog, I click "OK", then I receive an error about the disk being damaged: http://stablebit.com/Content/UploadedAssets/Images/f314147d-53eb-435c-92a5-6a2b464372c0.jpg I click "OK" and another error about not being able to access the volume appears: http://stablebit.com/Content/UploadedAssets/Images/bbb6614c-51f8-4602-be3f-6ccf15f018b7.jpg So, instead of “Encrypt partition in place”, I chose “Create encrypted volume and format it”, “Aes” (default), default size, enter password, “Yes” to files over 4gb (Default=no), shows it’s selected “NTFS”, move the mouse around, click “Format”, click ”Yes” to proceed, a second or two later I get an error telling me it can't dismount the partition: http://stablebit.com/Content/UploadedAssets/Images/5b7ff999-63e0-4f9f-97fe-b16f2c53f41b.jpg I click “OK and then I receive and I get a final error saying it finally failed to create a volume: http://stablebit.com/Content/UploadedAssets/Images/76ec2bb0-3384-450b-85a2-bec383328970.jpg And I click “Cancel” to abort and that's where I am at. Can anyone tell me what needs to be done to get the encryption working? Thanks for any assistance anyone can offer.
  10. rei

    EFS encryption support

    Hi, Is there a chance we can get EFS support for DrivePool? It's convenient to prevent tampering for multiple-user computers, especially when someone else is the Administrator. I'd imagine it's fairly trivial to make work with DrivePool, since it encrypts on a per-file basis, and the Windows API even allows you to open files in its raw encrypted format. Thanks in advance, Rei
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