I get the error that the response code is invalid trying to perform an administrative recovery.
I verified I am not fat fingering it. I generate a new code on both the client and server each time.
Not sure what else to try running 18.104.22.168 modules epo 4.5 p4 HF1.
is there any solution for this problem? I have one notebook there i can't admin-recover password-tokes for any users. now i have tried another notebook, there i can do it.
Both notebooks have Windows XP SP3 with Endpoint Encryption 22.214.171.1244 and Endpoint Encryption for PC 126.96.36.1994 on epo 4.6.0, both have exact the same group-users via epo. the only different: the notebook there i can't recover is tow years older, so it can be that it have an longer endpoint encryption version-history. but both had never an other encryption installed...
have anyone a idea?
(And sorry for my english, i know its not the best...)
I'm getting this error on Windows 7 computers running EEPC 6.1.2. I tried checking EEPC 7.0.1 extensions into our ePO server (4.6.6) the other night, and the process stalled. I tried installing them again and it said I had to remove them and reinstall them, so I did that. I then realized the policies were blown away, so I imported a recent xml backup of them and reassigned accordingly in the system tree. Next morning I got calls that people were getting this error message, so I tried working with the encryption recovery and still get the same error.
Opened up a ticket with platinum support, and it seems the drives have become corrupt. This isn't the final verdict as to what happened with the computers, but it sure seems to be that way. My ticket is still opened and ongoing, but it seems like there's nothing we can do to resolve this.
This worked for me
EE110001 The recovery response is not valid
1. on epo search system > actions > endpoint encryption > export key check, keep it open and go to step 1
2. boot up with eetech on system
3. open disk information
4. enter disk key check code
5. back to 1.
6. save latest one
7. follow normal process to decrypt