1 Reply Latest reply on Oct 21, 2013 8:06 AM by SafeBoot

    GRUB rewrite my MBR on my encrypted HDD




      Is easy and funny, I want to install Debian on my external HDD and on last question if grub can be instaled I say Yes  and grub rewrite first 512B of my internal HDD (MBR). I was have installed win7 x64 on my encrypted hdd.

      I know name and passw of encrytion


      Some q.


      1)  If I back up my old hdd and reimage windows the new hash code generated from EEM will be the same or recive  the "new" ? Reinstaled windows will have the same MBR ? (or it depend on time and is generated random)

      2) I was reinstalled my pc becouse I must work on it (on anothe hdd). I was installed MEE Client and he connect to DB,

      Win8 x64

      10/18/2013 9:37:44 AM Starting Endpoint Encryption for PC Client Manager (v5.2.11)

      10/18/2013 9:37:44 AM Delaying initial sync for 5 minutes

      10/18/2013 9:42:45 AM Starting synchronization

      10/18/2013 9:42:45 AM Connecting to database: "XXXX.COM"

      10/18/2013 9:42:45 AM Address=XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX

      10/18/2013 9:42:45 AM Port=XXXX

      10/18/2013 9:42:45 AM Authenticate=Yes

      10/18/2013 9:42:48 AM Starting boot protection installation

      10/18/2013 9:42:50 AM Machine name = LOJZO20001

      10/18/2013 9:42:53 AM Creating new machine database entry

      10/18/2013 9:42:53 AM Group ID=000001d2

      10/18/2013 9:47:42 AM Applying configuration

      10/18/2013 9:47:42 AM Synchronization complete

      10/18/2013 9:47:42 AM Automatically synchronizing again in 30 minute(s)


      Can you tell to me there is rewrite (lost) the old configuration of first encrypted hdd (old)

      I wasnt installed encryption on this new hdd.
      Is there stored old configuration, is possible generate sdb file?

      3) Its possible me self recive sdb file from db server (EEM)?

      SbAdmCl.exe -command:????

      4) I read somewhere that when McAfee Enpoint Encryption Client detect that the MBR is corrupted then he repair it automaticly - recive sdb file from db and repar it. I think this work only on working system  hypoticaly is there any chance to emulate this situation?