You will need to get your IT department to decrpyt the drive before you can read it in another system, or, they can give you a WinTech CD which you can boot the other system from, then mount your old hard disk.
Either way, you need your IT departments help if you want to access this drive without booting from it.
Thanks for your reply.
I have checked with my local IT department and they does not have any decrypt mechanism and there is no WinTech CD.
Can I get support from McAfee to recover my data's please?
Thanks in advance.
Sorry - we can't decrypt your machine - I don't mean we won't, I mean we can't do it - the only people who can are your company helpdesk, as only they have the right encryption keys to do it.
Why don't you just plug the drive into another machine and boot it up like normal?
If you don't have the key that is given after the creation of the encrypted volume there would be no way to restore the data. Otherwise the encryption would fail to fulfill it's purpose.
However...if you somehow still have access to the previous installation that used the encrypted volume you would be able to extract the needed key.
Read these steps right away to recover the data from hard disk drive.