Upgrade to a current version of Symantec Encryption Desktop (previously PGP Desktop) on a dual boot Macintosh system with Apple Boot Camp
|Article:TECH163970|||||Created: 2011-07-05|||||Updated: 2013-03-14|||||Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH163970|
This article describes how to upgrade to a current version of Symantec Encryption Desktop (previously PGP Desktop) on Mac OS X systems using Apple Boot Camp.
NOTICE: If you upgrade the version of Symantec Encryption Desktop (previously PGP Desktop) installed for one of your operating systems (Microsoft Windows or Apple Mac OS X) of a system with Apple Boot Camp installed that is encrypted, be sure to boot into the other partion and upgrade the Symantec Encryption Desktop installation there as well. Both versions of Symantec Encryption Desktop must be consistent among boot partitions. This is because each operating s installer, along with the Symantec Encryption Desktop installation package, takes care of updating the PGP BootGuard data for its own partition (Windows or Mac OS X).
- Mac OS X using Boot Camp with an older version of Symantec Encryption Desktop or PGP Desktop installed on both Windows and Mac OS X partitions
- Hard disk is Encrypted with Symantec Drive Encryption or PGP Whole Disk Encryption
Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH163970