Specops Key Recovery is a self-service solution for unlocking computers encrypted and managed by Symantec Endpoint Encryption. A user who is locked out at the pre-boot authentication screen can use Specops Key Recovery to unlock their computer, without calling the helpdesk. For added security, users can be verified with multi-factor authentication.
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