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Old 05-30-2008, 06:06 AM   #1 (permalink)
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If a user who has Content Protection enabled on the device takes pictures, if that device is wiped, they wont be able to get to the pictures on the card as it has a new encryption key - is that right? The photos have an extension of .jpg.rem. Even if the use is added to the default policy and encryption on the card is turned off the files are still not accessible.

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Yes I think wipe kill all data ! Why active the data card encryption ? Picture are high value ?
Sorry but hard or impossible to restore !
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