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Posted on 2003-11-10
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hello every body
i am in problem plz help
i am saving some of my private folders on the D partition
and it is NTFS but the windows2000 has been crached
so i have to format it .
after i finished installing new copy of the windows
i cant open the files because they were encrypted using EFS(encrypted file system)
so any one have an idea to solve the
and decrypt the files plz help
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If this computer is on a domain, you should let the highest domain admin in the tree open them, by default he/she can also open those files. He might be able to recover them for you.

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Glad to help, but why the "C"-grade?
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