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TrueCrypt works perfectly fine with SSD, I'm not sure where you got the idea that it does not. There are more options, VeraCrypt (the new truecrypt) and DiskCryptor which is a bit faster than most for OS encryption


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Goto System Preferences Open Security & Privacy Select the FileVault tab Turn Off FileVault I had the same issue. This fixed it.


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I deleted the old backup and created a new one, with encryption on: Yes, the checkbox in the above screenshot is displayed as checked if the backup is encrypted.


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Make sure the driver is partitioned in GUID format. If you do elect to reformat it as GUID, this will erase your data. Also, network backups can only be encrypted before the first backup is carried out. Hover over the greyed out checkbox and I think you should be able to see an explanation.


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As of writing there is no software that natively supports working with FileVault 2 encrypted drives within Windows. There are ways to access the content of a FileVault 2 encrypted volume on other platforms including Windows (for example libfvde), assuming you have the passkey and sufficient patience, but none that allow an encrypted volume to be used as a ...


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I understand that you're running into issues, so this is going to be more for others looking for info on this topic. Encrypting non-boot volumes should be a relatively easy process in OS X 10.8.x and later. To encrypt a non-boot volume: Right-click on the volume you want to encrypt Select the Encrypt… command When prompted, enter a password and ...


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According to Apple's [documentation on Filevault 2] (https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT4790) (emphasis added by me) Changing your recovery key In the Security & Privacy system preference, under the FileVault tab, click "Turn Off FileVault" to disable FileVault. After FileVault is off, FileVault will begin to decrypt your drive. Once decryption ...


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A locked hard drive is a hard drive that is encrypted. When you unlock the drive you are telling the system how to interpret the encrypted data. Unlike permanent decrypting, the data on the drive stays encrypted, you are just telling it how to read the encrypted data on the fly. On its normal computer information will have been saved into the system's ...


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Get the latest update to Yosemite! After checking for various fixes, installed 10.10.3 and issue resolved itself.


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Just bumped into this issue too, if you change password via Settings > Users & Groups > Change Password ... you will be prompted twice, once for the File Vault original password and again for the new account password. However if you change the password via Settings > Security & Privacy > Change Password ... both will be updated, noting ...



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