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ResetEncrypt utility automatically clears encrypt storage flag
Do you use an Exchange/push email account and had problems to reset the encrypt registry entry?
Member haggis663 worked on this utility that automatically clears encrypt storage. This cab works linked with a registry edit. Utility does not comes with a nice design UI but works well for what it was created.
So have a look and test it for yourself.
Originally posted by haggis663
For those of you that have an Exchange encrypt policy forced upon you for push email, I was looking for a utility to automatically reset the encrypt registry entry. I use Zenyee StayUnlock for PIN code resets, but couldn’t find anything permanent for encryption.
Therefore I have created a utility that listen to the registry value and automatically resets it back when changed.
Install the .cab file to your device, then create a link to the ResetEncrypt.exe file from the \Windows\Startup directory.
The utility isn’t pretty, but does whats it needs to do without polling or using any significant resources.
Use at your own risk.
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