I had several issues getting my PGP Desktop software to correctly talk to the PGP management server. First, I went through the default install without any problems. I configured my private/public keys and encrypted my disk. I got word from Chris Brewer later, however, that I wasn’t showing up in the PGP server. We both tried several things to get me in. I tried importing my private key to the server, but it failed and the log was saying I wasn’t part of the managed domain. We eventually called PGP support and got my PGP Desktop software reconfigured to use my domain credentials and register with the server. Turns out I should have done a custom install and targeted our PGP management server… rather than the default stand-alone install. I was now showing on the server, but I was showing to be decrypted. My disk, however, was encrypted. I decided to decrypt and re-encrypt now that I was talking to the server. This was about a 24-hr process. After re-encryption and multiple reboots… I still was showing to be “unencrypted” on the server. The PGP support guy had mentioned the Mac client had some issues reporting properly to the management server and he had a special build he could let us try. Once we got it, I installed it and rebooted and everything was fixed.