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  1. I ended up rebooting the server a third time to check and see what format the drives were partitioned as and the system seems to be correctly reporting the drives as encrypted now with the familiar "Missing Key" message by the "Start Array" button, which looks a lot less concerning. I was able to start it successfully and access my data. I guess I just needed to restart a few times.
  2. Howdy, I recently replaced my Unraid Flash Drive as it had gone bad after 11 months. Specifically, I started getting kernal errors when trying to boot Unraid and Win32DiskImager couldn't read the entire drive. I was able to read and copy over my existing config folder including `super.dat`. I've booted my server, replaced my Unraid Key, and verified that all my disks are in the correct position. However, before starting the array, I'm prompted to "Enter a New Key" for the Encryption status. The array shows all the non-parity disks as "Device TO BE Encrypted" (emphasis mine) The help section of the WebUI hints that if I were to enter my encryption key that I would lose all my data. Can I safely enter my encryption key or is something very wrong here? Thanks! EDIT: Extra details, this is Unraid 6.7.2. The drives were encrypted prior to this and I still have the key. SOLUTION: Reboot a few times until it returns to normal 🤷‍♂️
  3. Owned my server for around 8 months now. I really like that I can continuously add additional hard drives to my array