Re: Decrypting files

From: D. Cross [MS] (
Date: 07/29/02

From: "D. Cross [MS]" <>
Date: Mon, 29 Jul 2002 06:54:13 -0700

Not unless you export and import your private key used for EFS.

David B. Cross [MS]
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"jose jurado" <> wrote in message
> I encrypted a folder on win200 pro, but i had to change my
> HD, i copy my encripted folder to the new disk, buy now i
> can't neither access or decrypt the content of this
> folder,  i didn't copy my private certificate.
> Is there any way to decrypt my folder?

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