Disk Drill Enterprise 3.6.150 requires a similar operation to be performed by the user on startup but it can be completed while Disk Drill Accesses the startup drive. Depending on your needs, the two options are equivalent.
If the startup disk is connected to an encrypted external hard drive (or computer), with Disk Drill Recovery for Mac set to Always Allow OS UPDATES, an OS update for the encrypted drive is first performed before using it to access the startup partition. A typical macOS OS update takes between 30 and 120 minutes and it is a good idea to do it at the same time as your Startup disk is retrieved from the the external drive. The OS update deletes the startup drive from the external drive before it is reconnected to the computer. If the startup drive is not connected to the external disk drive when Disk Drill Enterprise is run in Rebuild mode, no OS update is performed on it.
If you are willing to risk losing the startup drive or a permanent backup of it, from the main menu, select Applications > > Disk Drill > Rebuild Missing Startup Disk from an external or networked drive. Once the rebuild is complete, Disk Drill will continue to access the startup drive and not perform any file activity while it is restored. To prevent that window from closing, don’t disconnect the machine from the external or networked drive. Alternatively, launch and secure Disk Drill from the desktop icon or from the Mac menu bar. From there, select Disk Drill Enterprise > Rebuild Missing Startup Disk. Keep in mind that however you start it, Disk Drill may not be able to access the startup drive until the rebuild is finished. One minute of active file activity like opening or deleting a file can prevent the startup drive from being rebuilt.
Disk Drill now automatically accesses the startup drive (main system disk or partition) at its boot-time. Disk Drill will continuously check if any file activity is performed on the startup drive during its boot-time when the drive has been detected to be busy. 7211a4ac4a