You boot PC from BartPE CD made with WinTech utility. Refer to EEPC documentation how to create one.
Then, using SDB file exported from the database, you mount encrypted drive and copy/backup/image that drive since data is now available in clear (unencrypted).
Integrated Ok, so must WinTech program in the BartPE CD?
WinTech and with this program, I can then read the. Sdb files or what?
Can you give me screenshots?
Yes, I have just read.
Safetech looks simpler, but this one even need a floppy disk.
So only remains WinTech.
Can I download somewhere so a finished CD with WinTech?
No, you cannot download BartPE with WinTech. You need to build your own. Don't forget to add storage device drivers that are relevant to your hardware.
To build a Bart PE disk, copy these files into a subdirectory of the
bartpe plugins directory. Then copy the following safeboot modules from
the latest 5.1 release to that directory as well:
To use a different algorithm, replace SbAlg.sys and SbAlg.dll with
the files for the specific algorithm you have installed.
If you want to add tokens, include the required files in the plugins
directory, and modify the safeboot.inf file to copy them to the correct
I have the version 5.1 of EEPC, I need these files still further?
" The daily access (authorization) code. This can be obtained directly from
McAfee Support or from your internal Help Desk (Note: availability from your
Help Desk is dependent on your contract with McAfee).
2. Boot the machine with the BartPE CD/DVD. This will load the Endpoint
3. Click the Go Programs EEPC WinTech.
4. Enter the authorization/access code when prompted and click Ok. "
Where do I sign up on the desk to get to the code?
The BartPE CD does not start in the Endpoint Encryption Interface?
Your best bet to get Daily Code is the same place you got EEPC installed from. Most likely your company IT support.
BartPE with WinTech is "Live" Windows that boots from CD. You need to supply your machine SDB file for WinTech utility, to get disk mounted in unencrypted view.