I had to manually decrypt 3 XPsp3 machines using EETECH. I tried a "Remove EE" but it just hung and didn't start (i have had this before several times and then ended up using a force decrypt).
I then did a force decrypt on all the partitions on one machine:
Oddly tho, on all machines the partition information came up with 3 partitions when i know there was only a C: and a D:
theinfo for one machine is- partition 0: ss is 63, sc 270406017 p1: 270406080 sc:217857465 p2:270406143 sc:217857402.
I force decrypted the partitions, one by one and replaced the MBR.
The machines then booted up into windows and logged in.
However, I cannot see the D:\ drive. it may still be encrypted?
When i load eetech now , the partition count now says 2 partitions: partition 0: ss is 63, sc 270406017 p1: 270406080 sc:217857465. (same as before for first two)
when i authenticate and authorize and go into A3 file utility i cannot see the D:\ drive.
What do i do?
It apparently still sees the partition as encrypted somehow.
I have raised a call with support but wondered if anyone had any ideas in the meantime please?
Using eepc v6.0.2 and epo v 18.104.22.1687