When Tails users use this anonymous real-time operating system to protect their identity and online privacy, they can easily unlock encrypted volumes online.
It is reported that if users insist on using the default GNOME desktop environment provided in the live ISO image, you can use the GNOME Disks and Nautilus (GNOME Files) applications to unlock the encrypted volume. VeraCrypt will be able to identify encrypted volumes of file containers that contain .hc file extensions.
With the VeraCrypt Mounter utility built by the Tails development team for its Linux-based operating system, users will be able to unlock encrypted volumes that include file containers without .hc extensions.
If you are interested in testing VeraCrypt integrated into Tails and GNOME, you are now able to download the latest beta release of the Tails operating system:
Tails beta ISO image download | Details introduction page