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FULL DISK ENCRYPTION (FDE) When using FDE to encrypt a computer's hard drive, it uses the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) algorithm with a 256 bit key. This encryption key is generated at the point of full disk encryption being started. REMOVABLE M...
Removable media encryption has two different methods either FULL DISK or FILE which have the following features: * FULL DISK - Encrypts every sector on the removable device and thus any data stored on it. This type of encryption can only be used on ma...
To use ESET Endpoint Encryption (EEE) for Removable Media follow the steps below: * Right click on the EEE system tray icon. * Select REMOVABLE MEDIAREMOVABLE MEDIA ENCRYPTION. * Select the device to encrypt in the list of drives. * Click the E...
IMPORTANT: If the removable media is encrypted using the File Mode Encryption, then removing the encryption will DELETE the contents of the encrypted folder PERMANENTLY. Therefore it is critical that you remove important data from the encrypted folder you...
To author optical media that is encrypted please follow the steps below: Note: Optical Media can only uses file level encryption only and not FDE. This is unlike other devices covered by the removable media policy. * Select OPTICAL MEDIA ENCRYPTION ...
PROBLEM When connecting a removable media device, you may receive a pop-up box like the one below: CAUSE This dialog box may appear because: * There are multiple partitions or volumes * The removable media is exFAT fomatted * The disk's partit...
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