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Encryption For Notebooks

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#1 TokenTechGuy


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Posted 21 May 2013 - 10:10 AM

I am currently a IT Support Engineer for a small company. My boss is looking for an encryption product for our Windows 7 Notebooks. These notebooks will be on domain, so one of the trade off's is that we need it work with the user's credentials. You know something to similar to Mac OS X.


We've currently been looking at Enterprise but that as of right now is our last resort option. If you know of something or can point me in the right direction I would be very appreciative! Thanks.  :bananas:

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#2 Didier Stevens

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Posted 21 May 2013 - 02:46 PM

These notebooks will be on domain, so one of the trade off's is that we need it work with the user's credentials.

You are looking for full disk encryption with a password, and as password you want to use AD credentials? McAfee Endpoint Encryption supports this.

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