Quoting John Cooley <[log in to unmask]>:
> Here is some further information on the issue that we are having
> with the latest version of PGP (MP3):
> After installing PGP, I found that I needed to change the name on
> the computer - my problem, not PGPs. Once I did this, I lost SSO
> (single sign on) capability. Is this typical?
I don't think that is typical behavior. PGP generally should not care
what your computer name is. However, I am curious... is this a system
that is joined to the CAMPUS Active Directory domain? If so, are you
using SSO to log in to a domain account, or a local account?
If anyone else reports this problem I will see if I can reproduce it
in house, and report a bug to Symantec.
> Also, after installing the latest version of PGP we seem to loose
> the ability to enter "Safe Mode". Can anyone else log in under SM
> once the new version is installed?
Yes, I can. I have to press "f8" fairly aggressively after BootGuard
(I start mashing the key when "unloading token driver" appears at the
BootGuard screen), but it does work. There is no reason it should
not. PGP only required the PGPWDE.sys disk filter driver to load for
access to the disk to be possible. This is a boot-critical driver
that absolutely is loaded in safe mode.
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