Moved from Consumer to Business > Encryption: ePO Managed for better handling.
I am assuming that the reference is to EEFF throughout. So you upgraded machines to 4.3.1, inserted USB sticks which auto updated and you can't read those encrypted USB sticks anymore? Is this correct? Is there any error message that you see when you try to authenticate? What happens if you try accessing through the offsite application, the .exe application? Does that work well?
Can you check if this KB article is relevant in this case?: https://kc.mcafee.com/corporate/index?page=content&id=KB83095
its more like if I go to your network with my key and your network has a more recent version of EEFF and it updates the key automatically then my password doesn't work anymore. The only way to get my files is to come back to my network backup the files(because the password works only on my network at this point) reformat the key. no error message.
EEFF should have a way to know that it doesn't belong to a specific network/ePO and not update.
It doesn't have anything to do with network/ePO etc. Did you have a chance to check the KB article and see if it is relevant?
I don't have an issue with EEFF on my ePO/network. I have an issue when someone leave my organisation with his presentation to another organisation that I don't administer and they also have EEFF installed with a newer version and when the client connects his encrypted key it get updated and then unusable.
This is y McAfee should have something to identifier what ePO the key is from to avoid being updated from an other ePO server.
I understand I need to update my system to the latest version and I did.