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: Application whitelists are applications that your PGP Universal Server administrator has defined so that all files created by the application are forced to be encrypted. Files created by these whitelisted applications are locked (requiring authentication to access) after you log off or shut down your system. [17491]


: You might run into problems with hibernation after you encrypt your disk. When that happens, simply delete the hibernation file on resume and continue to boot into Windows 7. This problem will only occur once after encryption. To avoid the problem, do a reboot after disk encryption is done. [22706]


: The ActiveIdentity ActivClientCAC model 2002 smart card is not compatible in this release. To use the ActiveClient CAC card, use model 2005. [16259]


When using a smart card reader with a built-in PIN pad, the correct PIN may not be accepted the first time it is entered on the pad, and you will be prompted to provide the PIN again. When this message appears, click OK without entering the anything. This will either allow the PIN to be accepted or will transfer control to the PIN pad of the smart card reader, where you can enter the PIN again. [16143]


: PGP Desktop is not compatible with the GemXpresso family of smart cards. Keys on the GemXpresso smart card can be used for encrypting PGP Virtual Disks and PGP NetShare protected folders, but cannot be used to encrypt a disk or removable disk. [16415]


: PGP BootGuard does not currently work

with OHCI USB controllers. As a

result of this, tokens do not work in PGP BootGuard on such systems. [15800]


: If you encounter problems with synchronizing a Windows password change on a Windows XP system, follow the steps below to correct the issue: [17269]

shortcut menu.




Select the

from the


On your Windows Desktop, right-click My Network Places and select



4. 5.

Rearrange the order of the providers so PGPpwflt is listed above the Intel card.



You can also modify the .msi installation file. Use the PGP_SET_HWORDER=1 command to place PGPpwflt in the first of the list. For example, run the .msi installation file using the following command:

msiexec /i pgpdesktop.msi PGP_SET_HWORDER=1


: If you are using PGP WDE in Single Sign On mode, changes to your Windows domain password may be accepted by PGP WDE even if the Windows domain rejects that password change. [15685]


: The Single Sign-On feature of PGP WDE does not work on Windows Vista systems running Novell Network Client. Once you have authenticated at the PGP Bootguard screen you will need to enter your password again to start Windows Vista. [16688]


: When using the Single Sign-On feature of PGP WDE on Windows Vista systems running Novell Network Client, offline users receive a Novell Security Message stating the "tree or server cannot be found." To continue logging in to Windows, click Yes,


and the login proceeds normally. [16995] : We are in the process of validating m

any different TPM implementations. We are

interested in your test results on any additional TPM systems. [14666]


: Token authentication in PGP BootGuard requires pressing CTRL+ENTER instead of just Enter. Users may also experience some delay during the authentication of tokens in PGP BootGuard. [14792, 16466]


: If you have created a passphrase user with a USB flash drive and encrypted your boot disk, when you reboot you may find that the USB device is not recognized at the PGP BootGuard screen. You can still authenticate at the PGP BootGuard screen using just the passphrase, however. If you want to use two-factor authentication, you will need

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