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Thank you.  I posted here first in case anyone else might have some insight, but given the relatively low traffic on the forum thought it sensible to open a ticket as well.  I've replied to your queries there... hopefully we can figure out the cause.  :)


It appears something in Espionage is occasionally causing the MacBook (running latest Sierra release) to activate high performance graphics.  As a file utility, I can't really see why this is necessary.  Is anyone else noticing the same?  See attached the Activity Monitor energy tab showing Espionage requiring HPG.

Espionage 3 / Re: Locating Espionage Files/Folders
« on: November 02, 2013, 04:15:10 PM »

Again thanks for the reply.

Unfortunately none of that is the issue.  The issue is that I can't locate 'the protected folder'.  I've no idea where it is on disk.  Is this information somewhere stored in Espionage 2 or a config file?



Espionage 3 / Re: Locating Espionage Files/Folders
« on: November 02, 2013, 08:42:31 AM »

Thanks, but I'm afraid the old machine is also running Mavericks and has been for some time. Any further ideas?

Espionage 3 / Locating Espionage Files/Folders
« on: November 01, 2013, 11:34:25 AM »

Appreciate that this might seem like a silly question, but having not accessed my Espionage protected folder(s) for some time, I've recently moved to a new Mac running Mavericks.  I migrated using the Migration Assistant, but I'm not clear if this will have moved my Espionage folders or not.  Also I was running 2.x on the previous Mac and have now moved to 3.x.

I'd like to retrieve my protected folders and get everything up and running again.  I still have access to the previous Macbook in case this won't have transferred with Migration Assistant.

Question is - how can I find the folder?  I've tried using the utility to make hidden files visible, and I've looked everywhere I can think it might have been, yet can't find it.  Is there a way to retrieve the name/location from the previous Macbook?



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