I have a USB key with sensitive data on it. It contains a TrueCrypt container, which I can mount to a specific drive letter through a TrueCrypt installation on the same device.
This is all great, except for the fact that TrueCrypt regularly causes BSODs and my support requests regarding these issues have gone unanswered.
So I'm looking into BitLocker encryption. Which seems great, except for the fact that I have no control over the drive letter under which the drive will be mounted. Obviously I could change the drive letter through the Computer Management console after mounting the device. But that is a PITA if you have to do it several times a day.
It's important for the mounted device to have a specific drive letter because several applications look for SSL certificates and encryption keys at that specific location.
In my mind, I'm hoping for a solution similar to how the Linux