You need to do an encryption password recovery for the user, this happens in our environment when the password is changed in AD and not synched back to the encryption software
Hi again, one more thing.
The software version that is bundeled with HP laptops is a stand alone product. My computer is not a part of a domain or a AD structure.
I dont really know what happned. I usee my computer at work late evening wensday in week 46. On thursday morning when I should start opp at may home office, this happend.
You're typing the wrong password - either because someone changed it, or because you're not pressing the right keys, or because the keyboard layout you have selected is wrong - so check the KB layout is right before doing anything else - try typing your pwd into the user box to make sure it works properly.
We can't really help you much here though - as this is HP's product, not McAfee's - it's not something we have any experience with, so make sure when you call HP you tell them it's "Drive Encryption for HP ProtectTools" - Your product is very different to the one we sell here.
I am having the same issue on some of my laptops, They are HP probook 4530s. Whenever I update via windows update, the following reboot will not accept my password with error code EE0F0014. I can recover by using my key but I can reproduce it on at least two laptops. The common thing that triggers it is running Windows Update.
Is your problem with HP ProtectTools, and error code EE0F0001 ?
If not, I suggest we branch your question out into a new discussion?
Yes it is related to HP Protect tools, I essentially recover using the key since the password will not work. I have no issues loggin into windows with the same password that fails. If I change the Windows password it will work again, at least until I install a windows update or something.
This may help - https://community.mcafee.com/docs/DOC-3338
I don't believe there's any link between the pre-boot password in HP's product, and the Windows password, unless you change them from within Credential Manager of HP Protecttools - but it's really a question for HP.