PGP Bypass for USMT task sequence
So here is my dilema. We are in the middle of migrating from XP Pro SP3 32bit to Windows 7E x64 and our laptops which are all encrypted with either 184.108.40.2067, 10.0.0.2732, 10.1.2.50, 10.2.0.1950, or 10.2.1.4940. We have the local administrator account as a SSO (but it has not Enrolled yet) and I can run the following command locally and the bypass works just fine: "C:\program files (x86)\PGP Corporation\PGP Desktop\pgpwde.exe" --add-bypass --disk 0 --admin-passphrase %password% --aa The problem I have is when I try to run this as part of a task sequence via SCCM 2007, I am getting getting an error of "Executing command line: Run command line Operation [Unknown] failed: Error code-12450: administrative preferences file not found" I've tried all sorts of different ways to do this including putting a .bat file on the root of the drive having SCCM execute that as local administrator, but no change. Has anyone been able to successfully bypass the logon screen successfully with this product? Very frustrating as you would think it would be a simple thing to do...any suggestions?