I have an encrypted folder on a Windows 8 machine, which was encrypted by another user-account (which I cannot boot into due to a corrupted profile). But I do have the private-key backup certificate ...
I have several folders that were accidentally EFS-encrypted because of a bug in Windows' built-in zip extraction function ...
This may well be an easy question to answer. I am running Windows 7 Home Premium and my hard disk's file system is set to NTFS which in theory should support EFS. However I've read that EFS is only ...
I have a user that's forgotten their password. I can log in and reset it but there were some EFS encrypted files. I can still access those files because my login is the security group. If I reset ...
I was running EFSINFO on my WinXP SP3 machine today, trying to find any EFS-encrypted files on the system. Imagine my surprise when I discovered my C:\xampp\htdocs\ directory is both NTFS-compressed ...
I'm 99% sure, at this point, that the answer is, "not possible." But I figured there are tons of smart people here who might be able to help me out, even if that help is just to validate that it's not ...