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can't encrypt file with error: "recovery policy configured for this system contain invalid recovery certificate"

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Hi, After join a computer to the domain, we can't encrypt any file or folders with the following error: "recovery policy configured for this system contain invalid recovery certificate" any idea?
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Hi,
The link I provided, gave a good solution, thanks
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Sorry RedKelvin, I didn't have time to test it.it looks the correct answe rto I gave you the points.
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