Dima P. wrote:I am still quite surprised that you do trust to the software which support was dropped by it’s own vendor two years ago.
Frankly, I don't understand why you continue to pick on TC. This topic isn't about whether to use TC or not. I could write a long text about why your recommendation to use Bitlocker is highly unreasonable and why TrueCrypt is the only secure solution to use today. But this isn't my goal here and it wouldn't change anything about the problem. But if you insist, let me answer briefly: TC is Open Source with several intense code reviews. I too had a look through the code to get my own picture about a couple of things. Mind, if I have a look at your source code, too?
Dima P. wrote:We never blocked USB devices of any kind.
This statement doesn't have anything to do with the my question, because a mounted TC container is not a USB device.
Dima P. wrote:I bet the flash drive you used to store a TrueCrypt container is visible in the VEB job’s destination step.
This also has nothing to do with my problem. Please read my postings again. I'm not mounting a flash drive nor am I mounting a TC container
Dima P. wrote:I’ve asked you for the logs and the support case in my first post to start the investigation. […]If you are uncomfortable with sending the very same folder to support team via VEB’s UI, share it with me via any available could hosting (dropbox/google drive or any other works) - I am here to help.
You’re turning the situation upside down: The logs are not relevant for this situation. I wanted to submit a technical issue ticket without sending any logs. Now you’re suggesting to send you the logs without submitting a ticket.
Dima P. wrote:This thread contains several reports from other community members are successfully using TrueCrypt files as a source or as a destination.
Please show me those postings. I only read several messages saying it’s not possible to backup to a TC target.
But again: Nobody is requesting you to create special TC functionality or compatibility. The request is simply to backup to any folder that is accessible in Windows, like all other applications do as well.