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Using Ghost 15 With a TrueCrypt Encrypted System
Because it carries sensitive data, I've encrypted my XP Pro laptop system with TrueCrypt. I also periodically back it up from the hard drive with Ghost 15. It has worked well until recently when I found it necessary to restore the system to a previous restore point using the Ghost 15 SRD. The restore succeeded, but I discovered that instead of writing the encrypted volume back to the hard drive, it wrote back the unencrypted contents, leaving only the TrueCrypt boot manager in place - i.e., instead of imaging the encrypted drive sector-by-sector, it had used TrueCrypt as an intermediary to image the original content. It still boots to the TC boot manager, but, without the envrypted volume, I now can bypass the TC boot manager and directly access XP. I also can reencrypt the system, but I wonder: is there is a way I can both generate and restore Ghost images of the encrypted system?