This article decibes how to add multiple users to access a PGP Whole Disk Encrypted disk.
Having multiple users who can access a disk or partition protected by PGP Whole Disk Encryption serves as a backup in case one person forgets their passphrase or loses their authentication token. Users configured for an encrypted disk or partition can authenticate to the PGP Whole Disk Encryption log-in screen to unlock any protected disk or partition on that system.
In a PGP Desktop standalone environment, an administrator can add an account to the User Access List to ensure the computer has access if a user forgets their passphrase.
To add additional users to a disk or partition protected by PGP Whole Disk Encryption
Use Windows Password
|Note: As an added level of security, the characters you type for the passphrase are not visible on the screen. However, if you are sure that no one is watching and you would like to see the characters of your passphrase as you type, select the Show Keystrokes checkbox.|