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Old 12-20-2021, 11:58 AM
greengrass greengrass is offline
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Updating OS on previously encrypted full backup

I recently updated from Big Sur to Monterey. I have a previously created encrypted bootable backup of Big Sur from SD 3.5. In a week or so after making sure Monterey isn't creating problems I would like to update my backup to Monterey. I know I have to do an erase then full backup to do so. My question is do I have to decrypt the existing backup first and then reencrypt it after the first backup. Or does the erase remove the encryption?
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