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TrueCrypt Auto mounting batch file for multiple drives


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Config Windows To Make Trucrypt.exe be in the system path

Any questions ask truecrypt with command "truecrypt /?"

Replace After /v , Replace After /k also replace after /l for drive letter

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-----------------CODE UNDER-----------Save As Automount.bat--------------------------------------------

REM TrueCrypt mounting script (version 2)

REM Written by Mark Ursino (allthingsmarked.com)

REM Modifications are allowed, but please include these comments

@echo off

cls

set /P thepass="Enter the volume pasword: "

truecrypt /v whereHarddiskPartitionIs /k C:werekeyis /l d /m /a /p %thepass% /b /q

truecrypt /v whereHarddiskPartitionIs /k C:werekeyis /l e /m /a /p %thepass% /b /q

cls

-------------------------------------CODE END-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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Replace After /d with drive letter you want example /dd for drave D: or /de for drave E:

----------------------CODE UNDER-----------Save As Unmount.bat---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

REM TrueCrypt unmounting script

REM Written by Mark Ursino (allthingsmarked.com)

REM Modifications are allowed, but please include these comments

@echo off

cls

truecrypt /dd /q

truecrypt /de /q

cls

--------------------------------Code ENDS--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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Why not add the bat files to your USB drive? Never tried  this code. If anyone gets autorun.inf to work please Post

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----------------------CODE UNDER-----------Save As autorun.inf------------------------

[autorun]

open=cscript Automount.bat

ACTION = Mount TrueCrypt Volume

----------------------CODE ENDS----------------------------------------------------------------

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This completely defeats the purpose of truecrypt...doesn't it

If your saving you password in the bat file than whats the point?

Heres a fix

-----------------CODE UNDER-----------Save As Automount.bat--------------------------------------------

REM TrueCrypt mounting script (version 2)

REM Written by Mark Ursino (allthingsmarked.com)

REM Modifications are allowed, but please include these comments

@echo off

cls

truecrypt /v whereHarddiskPartitionIs /k C:werekeyis /l d /m /a /p %1 /b /q

truecrypt /v whereHarddiskPartitionIs /k C:werekeyis /l e /m /a /p %2 /b /q

cls

-------------------------------------CODE END-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

That would allow you to type

automount lamepassword1 lamepassword2

right into the run... command or into a command prompt and it wouldn't prompt you for the password, this way you could do diffrent passwords for each volume

*I haven't used true crypt so if this is completely wrong im just guessing

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