EFS Data Recovery for encrypted files and folders from NTFS partitions. Quickly and easily
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Diskinternals EFS Recovery recovers encrypted files and folders from NTFS partitions quickly and easily. Fully automated Encrypted File System recovery is now possible on any PC running any version of Windows. Diskinternals EFS Recovery does not compromise security of protected information it recovers; you will still need to enter your original account password in order to gain access to protected data stored on the encrypted volume.
Diskinternals EFS Recovery will recover data from healthy and damaged hard disks, SSD drives, flash media, RAID arrays and Dynamic Disks of all types and configurations, whether or not the original RAID controller is present. The tool does not require your version of Windows to support Encrypted File System â€“ you can use Windows XP to access encrypted volumes created in Windows 7 or 2008 Server!
Diskinternals EFS Recovery offers quick and painless extraction of encrypted files stored on damaged disks, formatted or deleted NTFS partitions. The EFS recovery tool can help if you migrated to a different version of Windows, moved the disk with encrypted data into another PC, or when trying to access Encrypted File System from a version of Windows not supporting encryption. If you just moved a disk or a RAID array from one PC to another, Diskinternals EFS Recovery will help you access Encrypted File System on that disk on your new system.
Fully supporting Windows 7 and 2008 Server R2, Diskinternals EFS Recovery is also compatible with Windows 2000, XP, 2003 Server, and Vista. The new EFS recovery tool supports all usage scenarios from extracting encrypted information from corrupted and inaccessible disks and RAID arrays to accessing Encrypted File System files when downgrading from Windows 7 to XP. The tool shares common features with other Diskinternals recovery products, including the companyâ€™s trademark PowerSearch algorithm for surefooted data recovery from badly damaged disks, and full pre-recovery preview in the free evaluation version