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1. look in the status window for EEPC to see if it encrypted it. If it says it encrypted it, then your administrator can set a policy to decrypt it. EEFF only works at the file level, so it will never total a drive or make it inaccessible (though it might make it read only, which could upset an NTFS formatted drive).
2. you can't - that's up to your administrator. You need to ask them if it's allowed.
Thanks for the suggestions. When I look in the EEPC status window, it just shows C: fully encrypted, no other drives. The log also doesn't appear to have a record of encrypting that USB drive. Just seems awful suspicious that it is encrypted. Anything else I can do to determine its state and decrypt it?
I did find out how to turn off EEFF, using the MEEM console. Thank you.
I'm not sure there ever would have been anything in the log, I can't think of an event that indicates a particular drive is encrypted.
you could look at the partition gap to see if there's SBFS disk information I guess, or poke around with WinTech?