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why don't you just restore it from a database backup?
The only way to remove EEPC if there's no object is with WinTech/SafeTech.
This is a test environment so there are no backups. But i got it recovered using SafeTech and the "Remove EEPC" Option. Thanks !
Out of curiosity, (not a current situation in my environment thankfully) what would happen to remove EEPC if you could not authenticate via SBFS? You would not have the SDB File because it would be gone from the database so.....would you be out of luck?
yes - this is after all a security product.
Without being able to auth locally, and without the keys backed up in EEM (or a backup of your database), you'll be in the same position as a thief.
In case anyone was wondering I had a situation where I NEEDED to find out who or why a machine was deleted from the DB. You can use the SBADMCL tool to track it down.
Because the deletion even is in the User Audit Log you can use this process to find it:
Basically you run the SBADMCL tool to dump User Audits with the eventid=0x01000085 to a text file, then you can Find in the file the Machine Name that was deleted.
Here is the command:
sbadmcl -command:dumpuseraudit -group:"*" -file:c:\testdump.txt -clear:false -eventid:0x01000085 -adminuser:***** -adminpwd:*****
It was very helpful for me because I have scheduled events to remove old machine accounts from the DB, and on top of that I have 37 admins in the console that HAVE to have the ability to delete machines as we have offices all over the world.