Being in a corperate environment, I can see the concern with handing you such powerful tools. I am surprised you managed to get the code of the day. I thought that was a limited resource, unless you are IT. Now, if you are being told that they are not willing to attempt recovery, this is something you should present to your management to decide the next course of action. It is potentially time consuming and they will need to evaluate whether the cost of the time justifies the cost of the data loss. We've given you enough so far to suggest that recovery still is a viable option. Someone in your organization has the access to the information you require. It's a built-in function of the EEPC service.
Well my internal organisation says no - therefore we have backup - But as normal in live - the needed files are not backuped.
The disk is not booting anymore - i cannot use any hdd tools because the disk is encrypted ....
so I am locked up ... and I am not so important to get this requested info ...
Thanks for your help anyway.
ok guys next try. I have now a new bootable cd and tried the defective disk - but did not manage to get access to
then tried to use it on the new one and encrypted disk, and even with this known good - i am not able to log onto ?
Is this correct ? I thought i could connect to with my credentials - but it did not work - so without the key from the database from my it department nothing will be possible ?
Best regards and merry christmas to all