If the machine you are slaving the drive on is also protected with EEPC, No - you have to use an EETech CD
It's really simple - if you authenticate through EEPC pre-boot, you can ONLY access drives related to that pre-boot.
Every machine has a unique key.
Understood and agreed....
In case I use the same sanrio and use EETech bootable CD, now if I need to decript the slave then I will set the slave drive as a boot drive and perform the recovery steps. Right?
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I recommend pulling all other drives from the system so there is no chance of getting confused and editing the wrong drive.
It happened to one of our consultants the other day, luckly it was a freshly built computer so it wasnt a big loss, he was having trouble with the encryption on a drive that had been previously encrypted on a different system so he was going to zero out the first few thousand sectors on the drive and since he had two drive in the machine he ended up getting the wrong one and killed his OS drive.