Open symantec full disk encrypted disk on sperate PC

HI,

I have a laptop which has a corrupt Windows install but encrypted with Symantec Endpoint Encryption 8.0.1 Full Disk edition.

It was encrypted by a previous IT company and we do not have any media for the software.

I need to ideally slave the disk onto another PC to get the data off it and then wipe the disk and rebuild.

How do i do this?

We use truecrypt and that allows you to plugin a slave unit with the relevant password and open it up.

Can i use another laptop which is encrypted using the same Symantec software?

thanks
timb551Asked:
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McKnifeCommented:
Hi.

It will not hurt to simply try it. Even if it won't work, that will do no harm to the disk.
I am experienced only with symantec encryption desktop 10, with that product, you can do that, it will ask for a password as soon as the disk is connected.
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timb551Author Commented:
No it didnt work, had to wipe the drive and lose the data and start again.
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timb551Author Commented:
Had to rebuild the unit from scratch losing the data.
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