While the chances are extremely low that a boot.efi file could become corrupt on a boot disk or partition protected by PGP Whole Disk Encryption, it is possible. If this occurs, it could prevent your system from booting. Prepare for this unlikely event by creating a recovery CD before you encrypt a boot disk or partition using PGP Whole Disk Encryption on a Macintosh system.
This article contains the PGP Desktop 10.2.1 for Mac OS X Recovery Disks for PGP Whole Disk Encryption including all Maintenance Packs (MP).
Note: To download the recovery image for your version, click the Attachments link in the box above.
This article includes the EFI recovery disks for a Macintosh system which is PGP Whole Disk Encrypted.
Download the image for disks encrypted with PGP Desktop 10.2 ONLY.
Warning: This recovery disk is only available for usage on Macintosh OSX 10.5.8 (Leopard), 10.6 (Snow Leopard), 10.7 (Lion) and 10.8 (Mountain Lion) systems with PGP Desktop 10.
NOTE: This article includes recovery disks for PGP Desktop 10.2.1.x only. If you need the recovery disks for 10.2.0 versions, see the following article http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH176187
PGP Desktop for Mac OS X v10.2.1 Recovery Disk
PGP Desktop for Mac OS X v10.2.1 MP1 Recovery Disk
PGP Desktop for Mac OS X v10.2.1 MP2 Recovery Disk
PGP Desktop for Mac OS X v10.2.1 MP3 Recovery Disk
Symantec Encryption Desktop for Mac OS X v10.2.1 MP4 Recovery Disk
Symantec Encryption Desktop for Mac OS X v10.2.1 MP5 Recovery Disk
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