I want to encrypt a laptop after McAfee EE removal
I know that PGP encryption is blocked after safeboot 4.2 removal
you need to delete the safeboot keys in
would this be the same with McAfee?
might need to get a mcafee encrypted laptop to test
or can someone check if there is mcafee services left over after a decrypt and removal?
im sure these services will probably blocked PGP from encrypting
none of our stuff will be left after an uninstall - that's the whole point of uninstalling I think? Are you saying that other products leave things behind?
Certainly none of our EEPC services will block you from installing some other product.
safeboot left the reg files behind that I mentioned above
McAfee removal software didnt even pick these up
PGP fails to encrypt until these reg keys were deleted
thinking it might be the same for EE
If the SafeBoot driver key was left behind, then your machine would blue-screen on reboot with a "STOP - INACCESSIBLE BOOT DEVICE"
can you describe exactly what key remained and what its values were?
the safeboot folder in the registry link as mentioned above
could the sbfsflags key stop PGP?
surely it should have changed after decryption and removal?