can someone confirm if this will allow access to previously encrypted volumes?
We have an nss326 which has the encrypted password stored for when the nas boots up and unlocks the volumes automatically. The previous administrator set the password and nobody knows what it is. We need to change the encryption key and keep the data.
When you lose the password from an encrypted volume, there is not recovery from that volume. So need to get what data you need off now while you still have access. After important data is saved then you redo your volume.(factory default you're unit and you'll have to reconfigure.) There isn't any way around an encrypted volume. You will need to be a register users then you can e-mail me For quicker response you can e-mail me directly if you have further questions.
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