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As long as you decrypt it before reactivating the machine in epo you can always decrypt or access it with eetech
Sorry, I haven't quite followed you! Do you mean i can decrypt the eSata drive without the original laptop?
No, you don't need the original device, you need the keys which are in EPO though.
Excellent! I managed to actually test this and it work by using the .xml key file from the original laptop. I could then copy some files from the encrypted eSata drive onto another connected USB drive.
FYI, I intially tried to Authenticate with the Token but of course that did not work!
Glad it all worked out for you.
Yes, the token method won't work as that info is only on the boot drive - 2nd drives just have the disk info data.