yes, I did read the articles and the requirements to restore without password are not really high secure:
You can restore of data from encrypted backups or tapes without a password only if your backup infrastructure meets the following conditions:
- You use Enterprise or Enterprise Plus Edition of Veeam Backup & Replication.
- The backup servers on which you encrypted data is added to Veeam Backup Enterprise Manager.
- The backup server on which you generate a request for data decryption is added to Veeam Backup Enterprise Manager.
That may be good for some cases, but in my eyes an encryption which can be un-encrypted without the password is useless. So I am looking for another solution.
I did read, that there is one (and the only one?) Windows software, which can do a 1:1 clone of the whole system drive, during Windows is running: http://www.caspersecure.com
It's using a technology called "AccuClone" or so. I don't want to promote that product in any way, cause it's never that perfectly integrated like Veeam is! But I just want to show up, that it is possible and would be a perfect way.
That means, that I could create a 1:1 backup of a VeraCrypt encrypted PC and meets the requirement, that the backup is not readable without the VeraCrypt password and also has the advantage, that after an entire restore of the PC, the encryption is already active. That would really be perfect! Can't you implement that also? Or is it technically not possible?