I have windows 7 + ubuntoo installed on my system. I have installed EEPC to encrypt the windows drives after that i was able to access the windows as well as ubutoo by providing EEPC credentials. However, the x server was not getting started so i thought to reinstall the ubuntoo.
After reinstalling the ubuntoo i am not able to reach the windows partition and boot it. as the linux boot loader has surpassed the mcaffe EEPC os and not asking for credentials. so I am not able to reach to the windows which is encrypted by mcaffe.
Please let me know how can i provide the grub boot loader a path of mcaffe EEPC and reach the windows partition after providing credentials.
Please let me know the below details.
OS with SP ...............?
Laptop Make & Model..........?
Don't how will I enable the EEPC boot manager on my system. Please guide where it is located.
Can I have call with you to solve this issue
the syncronisation with the server is not in process as the system is powerd of.
do you mean that we can turn off the encryption and reach upto the encrypted partition of the machin from the server from where we are managing the endpoint encryption
no. I mean you can turn on and off the boot manager features of EEPC from within EEM.
Are you asking how to recover your machine now? You originally asked about how to do dual boot. You'll have to get your EEPC administrator to do a "restore SBR" on your machine. It may need even deeper recovery methods depending on how much changed when you enabled Grub.Message was edited by: SafeBoot on 6/14/12 12:50:55 PM EDT
I will discribe the process in deep below.
1. dual booted the system with windows 7 + Back track 5 (Different Partitions)
2. Installed DLP + EEPC on windows 7
3. Got the EEPC prompt for username and Password (successfuly logged in into windows as well as Backtrack
4. Reinstalled the Backtrack on the same partion where it was installed before
5. Not able to get the EEPC login part to login into Windows 7 (all the NTFS partitions are encrypted)
Please let me know the detailed process to recover the data on NTFS partitions.