Thanks to Mr. Safeboot, I was able to create an EETech 6.0.2 recovery CD.
McAfee support only told me: "create a WinPE CD and we do no have an instruction to do so".
With Simon's script I managed to create the CD and all funtions work. However...
There is one issue:
If I boot from the EETech CD and choose 'authenticate from token', I'm authenticated. I also entered the authorization code (maybe it had something to do with that) and I am authorized.
Now, when I start the A43 file management utility, the disk appears empty. I'm sure the drivers are on the CD and the disk is recognized if I choose 'Disk Information'.
So I'm unable to browse the disk. In version 5, this worked fine. Our helpdesk uses this very often: when a system has crashed, they boot with the recovery CD, authenticate (either from disk of from token), start the A43 file management utility and copies files from the computer to a network share / USB disk.
Is this by design in this version of EETech?
what version of eetech? Unless you are using the very latest, you have to do something on the disk to mount it, like decrypt a sector in the workspace etc.
And now I'm back were it all started:
I started of with a BartPE CD with EETech 6. That gave me error EE04000B after clicking Token as the authentication type: Unknown Disk Number.
McAfee support then recommended me to use WinPE2, because BartPE gave errors with EETech 6.
Now I'm stuck...