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الموضوع في 'English & French Archive' بواسطة 3ICHRA, بتاريخ ‏11 مارس 2008.

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  1. 3ICHRA

    3ICHRA عضو نشيط

    إنضم إلينا في:
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      11-03-2008 17:09
    Bonjour,
    le grand
    probleme qu'il a un dossier crypté avec l'utilitaire windows(bouton droite de
    souris -> propriétés -> avancés -> crypter les données pour securiser les
    données)
    apres le formatage j'ai plus l'acces à ce dossier ; à chaque ouverture d'un
    fichier j'ai le message "impossible d'acceder au fichier".
    je sais pas comment resoudre ce probleme , c'est un dossier volumineux qui
    comporte tous les donnees.
    lors d'une recherche j'ai lu que seul le compte qui a fait le cryptage peut
    le faire mais impossible de lefaire car j'ai deja formater le pc
    je sais pas comment faire et resoudre ce problem
    et je sais si il y a un logiciel qui peut faire un decryptage de ces
    fichiers.
    merci d'avance d vos reponses
     
  2. loulou

    loulou نجم المنتدى

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      12-03-2008 11:27
    1. Login as Administrator
    2. Go to Start/Run and type in cmd and click OK.
    At the prompt type cipher /r:Eagent and press enter
    This prompt will then display:
    Please type in the password to protect your .PFX file:
    Type in your Administrator password
    Re-confirm your Administrator password
    The prompt will then display
    Your .CER file was created successfully.
    Your .PFX file was created successfully.
    The Eagent.cer and Eagent.pfx files will be saved in the current directory that is shown at the command prompt. Example: The command prompt displays C:\Documents and Settings\admin> the two files are saved in the admin folder. (For security concerns, you should house the two files in your Administrator folder or on a floppy disk).
    3. Go to Start/Run and type in certmgr.msc and click OK. This will launch the Certificates Manager. Navigate to Personal and right click on the folder and select All Tasks/Import. The Certificate Import Wizard will appear. Click Next. Browse to the C:\Documents and Settings\admin folder. In the Open dialog box, change the Files of Type (at the bottom) to personal Information Exchange (*.pfx,*.P12). Select the file Eagent.pfx and click Open. Click Next. Type in your Administrator password (leave the two checkboxes blank) and click Next. Make sure the Radio button is active for the first option (Automatically select the certificate store based on the type of certifcate). Click Next. Click Finish. (You'll receive a message that the import was successful). To confirm the import, close Certificates Manager and re-open it. Expand the Personal folder and you will see a new subfolder labeled Certificates. Expand that folder and you will see the new entry in the right side column. Close Certificate Manager.
    4. Go to Start/Run and type in secpol.msc and click OK. This will launch the Local Security Policy. Expand the Public Key Policies folder and then right click on the Encrypted File System subfolder and select Add Data Recovery Agent... The Wizard will then display. Click Next. Click the Browse Folders... button. Browse to the C:\Documents and Settings\admin folder. Select the Eagent.cer file and click Open. (The wizard will display the status User_Unknown. That's ok). Click Next. Click Finish. You will see a new entry in the right side column. Close the Local Security Policy.
    You, the Administrator are now configured as the default Recovery Agent for All Encrypted files on the Local Machine.
     
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