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Really bad things happen when you install a eepc encryption harddrive as a slave in a laptop or pc that is also encrypted. You are better off making a bart pe cd with wintech addon.
There is no master key. You have to use the machine's sdb file from the server, or simply use valid username + password in our recovery tool. You can put our WinTech utility on a PE disk (in fact, we provide a ready-made BartPE plugin). If you don't want to have to boot off of a CD, then you can take the program files from a PE disk and copy it to a system that does NOT have the encryption software activated. You could then stay booted into Windows and access slaved drives through the WinTech UI. The software comes with a WinTech/SafeTech Administrator's Guide - you may want to take a look at that.