I recommend that you a) backup the mfeepe.log from C:\Program Files\McAfee\Endpoint Encryption Agent, b) open a Service Request with McAfee Support to see if anything can be done about drive D.
The error 92h means that something moved the endpoint encryption pbfs which usually is attributable to malware, defragging tools etc.
This was posted in the Consumer section but really belongs in the Business section.
I've moved it to Business / Corporate Support / Support Tools (MVT & MER).
Moved to correct Business community for Endpoint Encryption.
Most commonly this problem is caused by encrypting the wrong sector range, so that's what we need details on first - so what range did you crypt, and how did you determine it?