Windows 7 Thread, Full Disk Encryption in Technical; I was recommended Bitlocker for Windows 7, not used it myself but good reviews.
I have used McAfee Endpoint Encryption ...
22nd May 2013, 10:55 PM #16
I was recommended Bitlocker for Windows 7, not used it myself but good reviews.
I have used McAfee Endpoint Encryption (was Safeboot), once setup its quite a good product, have also used the Sophos one thats good too but would personally go down the TrueCrypt route if it was for a handful of laptops.
Sophos and Safeboot both integrate with AD.
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24th May 2013, 01:51 PM #17
Sophos do an encryption program which will allow a laptop disc to be encrypted. We have used it on XP only, not tried it on Windows 7.
24th May 2013, 02:22 PM #18
We use Sophos Safeguard as its in the security suite and integrated into the console.
Works well on XP and 7.
12th September 2013, 02:41 PM #19
Sophos usb encryption will encrypt any removable storage inserted. Correct? If not is there a policy to allow only read only access for non-encrypted storage?
I've found that the performance hit with TrueCrypt is larger than expected on a new dual core laptop. Windows experience index is unaffected however.
13th September 2013, 11:09 AM #20
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I agree, BitLocker here (Windows 7). SCCM Task Seq turns it on and backs up Recovery Key to AD. BLTG for USB pens also with Recovery Key backup to AD.
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