You wish to recover an encrypted system with the Recover /B option.
You wish to recover an encrypted system, and the recover /A and /D options did not work or are not accessible. You need to run "recover /B", but are unsure how to proceed.
If Recover /D does not work or is not available, it may be because a local copy of an encrypted cryptographic key specific to the system cannot be located.
***NOTE**** Both Recover /D and /B attempt to decrypt the disk. The only difference is that /B allows the use of a copy of a system-specific key that has been backed up on the Management Server. If you have already run /D successfully, but the system is still not accessible for some reason, do NOT run /B as it will attempt to decrypt the volume again.
The Policy Administrator creates the DAT file by exporting a Client Computer’s data from the database. For this reason, Recover /B is not available for computers that do not check in with the SEE Management Server.