Is easy and funny, I want to install Debian on my external HDD and on last question if grub can be instaled I say Yes and grub rewrite first 512B of my internal HDD (MBR). I was have installed win7 x64 on my encrypted hdd.
I know name and passw of encrytion
1) If I back up my old hdd and reimage windows the new hash code generated from EEM will be the same or recive the "new" ? Reinstaled windows will have the same MBR ? (or it depend on time and is generated random)
2) I was reinstalled my pc becouse I must work on it (on anothe hdd). I was installed MEE Client and he connect to DB,
10/18/2013 9:37:44 AM Starting Endpoint Encryption for PC Client Manager (v5.2.11)
10/18/2013 9:37:44 AM Delaying initial sync for 5 minutes
10/18/2013 9:42:45 AM Starting synchronization
10/18/2013 9:42:45 AM Connecting to database: "XXXX.COM"
10/18/2013 9:42:45 AM Address=XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX
10/18/2013 9:42:45 AM Port=XXXX
10/18/2013 9:42:45 AM Authenticate=Yes
10/18/2013 9:42:48 AM Starting boot protection installation
10/18/2013 9:42:50 AM Machine name = LOJZO20001
10/18/2013 9:42:53 AM Creating new machine database entry
10/18/2013 9:42:53 AM Group ID=000001d2
10/18/2013 9:47:42 AM Applying configuration
10/18/2013 9:47:42 AM Synchronization complete
10/18/2013 9:47:42 AM Automatically synchronizing again in 30 minute(s)
Can you tell to me there is rewrite (lost) the old configuration of first encrypted hdd (old)
I wasnt installed encryption on this new hdd.
Is there stored old configuration, is possible generate sdb file?
3) Its possible me self recive sdb file from db server (EEM)?
4) I read somewhere that when McAfee Enpoint Encryption Client detect that the MBR is corrupted then he repair it automaticly - recive sdb file from db and repar it. I think this work only on working system hypoticaly is there any chance to emulate this situation?
1. new, and a new MBR - nothing will be usable between the two.
2. the old config is still in EEM in the original machine object (LOJO2).
3. It's unlikely you have permission to do this, so no, you will have to ask your IT team for it.
4. no, this is incorrect. There is no self repair for the MBR.