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  1. Anthony
    February 14, 2010 at 22:30

    They Look great, I don’t have a use for them as of yet but I might mash them together in a post install helper kind of way to make a mini auto domain.

  2. Babatola
    February 16, 2010 at 01:41

    Morning simon,

    I am a network security engineer with soft solution ltd., Nigeria. I am new to Mcafee Endpoint Encryption and I have project coming up on it. I understand the technology pretty much, however, i have been having loads of issues regarding creating a BartPE recovery cd for windows vista and 7. The mcafee documentation does not explain much either. I would appreciate if you can help in this regard. This is causing a nightmare for me and I am even considering not enabling pre-boot authentication as a way out. Practically some systems fail to load when the preboot authentication fails tom load and if I dont have a recovery cd, then i am left with the option to format, which to me, is an obscure move.
    thanks

  3. Simon Hunt
    February 16, 2010 at 08:35

    Babotola, as long as you understand BartPE, there’s a plugin already made for you in the Tools CD you can download from McAfee. If you don’t though, you are probably best getting help from community.mcafee.com (in the data protection forums). There’s a script on my companion site (sites.google.com/site/CTOGoneWild) to build a rescue cd using Windows AIK (WinPE), if you’re more familiar with that as well.

  4. Mark C
    April 1, 2010 at 11:25

    Simon these are great…

    Is it possible to populate the local recovery questions using the scripting tool. It looks like the updateusercfg will do the trick but when I tested this just updates some of the 10 user labels for each user. I’m looking to bulk update the answers from another tool which captures them, any ideas?

  5. Simon Hunt
    April 1, 2010 at 11:27

    You can update the helpdesk challenge/response questions and labels with the API, but not the user local recovery questions. They can only be captured from the user during the registration process.

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