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in win2k you can encrypt data. my question is, assuming i have a hard drive w/ encrypted data, and i install the drive on a new machine w/ win 2k, how will i be able to access the encrypted data?

do i log on the new machine w/ same username/password as on old machine?

do i install copy/install some certificate from the old machine?

thanks!
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without export of certificates or a domain account you will have big problems to access your data
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