Last Modified: 12/20/2012
All the issues mentioned in this article that were previously resolved by Hotfix 791359 are now resolved in the Endpoint Encryption for Files and Folders (EEFF) 4.1 release, which is available from the McAfee Downloads site using a valid Grant Number.
Patches are cumulative. Therefore, McAfee recommends that you install the latest one. For information about the latest releases, refer to KB51109.
For instructions on downloading, see: KB56057.
- You can only use this hotfix with EEFF 4.0 Patch 1.
- The Release Notes are attached to this article (EEFF4_0_Patch1_with_HF791359_Release-Notes.pdf).
EEFF 4.0 Patch 1 with Hotfix 791359 provides the additional solutions (extracted from the attached hotfix Release Notes):
- Sometimes, files are not listed in EERM Offsite mode when the folder name contains double-byte characters.
- Unable to drag and drop a document or copy it to another location using the Audit system/2Document management(AS2) application.
- On accessing Internet Explorer from Favorites, the user sees a confirmation message, which must be acknowledged before launching the application.
- The following registry changes are required on each client for the fix for the Internet Explorer launch issue to take effect:
- Open regedit from the cmd prompt.
- Go to HKLM\SOFTWARE\McAfee\Endpoint Encryption for Files and Folders.
- Add registry name – IconOverlayBlackList , value type - REG_MULTI_SZ, value - iexplore.exe
- To review any outstanding EEFF 4.1 Known Issues, see article KB76483.
- To learn about other issues resolved in EEFF 4.1, see article KB76732.
Endpoint Encryption for Files and Folders 4.2 is the latest release available from the McAfee Downloads site. This article will be updated when newer patches are released that resolve the issues mentioned in this article.
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