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I would use Bitlocker, It's really easy to set up and does exactly what you need. Also as you are running the technical preview it is probably safer to use then a 3rd party method at the moment. As to your worries about NSA Leeks and such - Truecrypt has been broken, is no longer in development and even have a method of migrating from truecrypt to bit ...
Official answer from the horses mouth: http://support.code42.com/CrashPlan/Latest/Backup/Backing_Up_TrueCrypt_Files_with_CrashPlan Summary CrashPlan can back up TrueCrypt containers, but they do not officially support this use. Disable the preserve modification timestamp of file containers setting in TrueCrypt. Otherwise file changes in the encrypted ...
You can also format the drive as FAT32 and once the process completes reformat the volume as NTFS.
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