In EEPC6.xx version(managed with ePO) you can encrypt or decrypt a drive just by setting policy for that machine.
But for some reasons if your machine becomes unresponsive,and you want emergency System Recovery, for this McAfee provides you the following options:
Emergrncy system Recovery with EEtech 6.xx
1.Creat a EEtech Standalone boot disk
a.download EEtech.zip and place standalone folder in desiredlocation.
b.insert floppy and pointe to the standalone folder with this command
Run the command Bootdisk.exeEETech.RTB a: fromthe command prompt. This creates the bootable floppy.
c.Creat CD/DVD with this floppy
Download EETech.iso file and burn a CD
2.Boot unrecoverable system with EETech(standalone) boot CD/DVD the McAfee interface appears
3.Authorize with daily authentication code.(this code is available on download site under your Granted downloads)
a.download EETech code generate with your Grant number fromMcafee Portal.
b.Run it and get 4 digit Daily authorization code.
4.Click Authrize under authentication, type the code >OK(Now status would be Authorized)
6.Authentication>File> Browse>Select Recovery InfoFile(.xml) exported from epo server.
>OK >Now status would be Authentoicated.
Note:Now secrypet your system changing policy from ePO server andencrypt it again.
Exporting XML file from ePO server.
Menu>System Tree.>select desiredsystem>Action>EE>Export Recovery info>yes save this file.
XP and W7 both are supported;
Follow these links for supported environments for both 5.xx and 6.xx versions:
Message was edited by: alexn on 9/4/12 10:27:37 AM CDT
Message was edited by: alexn on 9/4/12 10:32:24 AM CDT
Message was edited by: alexn on 9/4/12 10:33:36 AM CDT
Thanks very much. Works a treat! Knew it would be on there somewhere but just couldn't see anything.