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for the first question, I guess you are talking about EEPC? If so, you'll end up in exactly the same mess with or without EEPC - you run the same risk of corrupting something critical.
to get the best defense, turn off write behind caching on your drives.
For the 2nd you're talking about files so I guess you mean EEFF? If so it depends on the policy - if you disable network encryption the files will get decrypted as they go up to the share, if you enable it, then they will be encrypted still and whether someone else can access them will depend on whether they have EEFF installed, and have rights to the creators key.