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I am cleaning out old IT equipment and came across our old Firewall with ClarkConnect Office Edition/Kudzu/Lynx Version 2.8.5. It is not supported any longer (circa 2005). Before I destroy it, I just want to be sure that there would not be any company files on this unit. While this software/unit usually would be for firewall protection only, there is a possibility it may have been used as an external backup. It fear that it may have been a file server, I'm not sure how it was configured. If I don't have the password for this old unit, is there a work-around so I can read the hard drive? Or maybe an easy way to tell if there are resident files other than firewall protection? Maybe on boot-up prior to password screen? I’d be fired if it turns out this was a file server also and I didn’t capture the data.
Tuesday, June 23 2015, 03:44 PM
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    Tuesday, June 23 2015, 08:21 PM - #Permalink
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    If the hard drive isn't encrypted - then booting a CD/DVD live system or pxe booting with clonezilla or taking the hard drive to an external storage bay could be a solution.
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