Reddit member CSFFlame is reporting that the official soundtrack CD for Xenoblade Chronicles X has broken and buggy DRM on it that can cause problems with your computer. The user recommends that people do not run it on their PC. Here’s all the technical details you need to know.
It mounts the encrypted folder on the Y drive, then edits the group policy for your computer to block system access to the drive, then edits the registry to hide the drive….
It does not revert these changes.
You will not be able to use the Y drive letter until you revert changes, and considering lots of enterprises use Z,Y,X and whatnot for mapped network drives, don’t try listening to this at work.
To revert (for Win7x64):
1) (Gain access to Y again) Use gpedit.msc and set this to disabled then back to not configured (you can’t see what it did and it says “not configured” because it did it in the registry only): https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc978514.aspx
2) Unhide Y
Use regedit and delete this key (or set it to 0, but it doesn’t exist by default): https://i.imgur.com/26Q5W1E.png
If you’re curious what it did, look here: http://www.pctools.com/guides/registry/detail/148/
It’s a bitmask, and it hides the Y drive.