it's not possible if you are also booting off an encrypted disk.
You can only mount a drive from another machine if you boot off media which does not have EEPC active, something like a WinPE CD
If I "boot off media which does not have EEPC active", how would I then be able to mount the second encrypted disk to begin with?
Isn't the entire point of the disk encryption that I need the EEPC software to decrypt and mount the disk (if I also have the correct password for it, of course)?
Could you please explain how I would do that from such media?
look up EEtech in your documentation - it's designed to run off a WinPE environment. That's the disaster recovery tool that you use to mount and work with encrypted disks.
Using EEtech, will I be able to mount disks that have the auto boot feature activated (perhaps using the "$autoboot$" user and the default password "12345"?)?
I cannot find info about this in the EEtech documentation?
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No - that's not how autoboot works since v6. You'd need to use a real user/password, or the XML export from EPO.