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    Password Protection for internal hard drives
    Hi,

    I recently purchased a Mac Pro and I had three additional internal hard drives installed. Does anyone know if it is possible to add password protection to each individual internal hard drive?

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    Yes, it's possible with "True Crypt". Nice thing about it is it's free.

    Regards.

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    Thanks so much for the information chscag. I'll give True Crypt a try.

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    Okay if you are a spy I guess but don't forget the passwords. A lot of folk coming here to the forums cannot remember one password let alone four, three HDD and admin!

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