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Is there a way to fully encrypt UEFI GPT non-system drives?

I'd like to use the open source successor of TrueCrypt VeraCrypt.

Also I'm interested in whether it also works for two drives that were virtually merged into a single drive.

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  • It also worked for 2 merged GPT drives.
    – mYnDstrEAm
    Commented Mar 13, 2017 at 8:18
  • Note that it can encrypt GPT Volumes (partitions), as kavsrf stated, but not entire GPT drives. The difference is that it will still be obvious that you have a partition there, although it will show as "RAW".
    – Allen
    Commented Jun 22, 2017 at 4:53

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1.18 supports UEFI for boot volume

It is better to use VeraCrypt 1.20B2 from sourceforge

Ordinary data volumes on GPT disks work also.

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