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Pedro_Sentinela
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ENDPOINT - FDE SUPPORT DISK

I haven't found in the FDE documentation or ATGR which disk types are FDE compatible. Example (SATA SSD, NVME or M2). can anybody help me?

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the_rock
Champion
Champion

I cant find that info other, so very good question indeed. I would open an official TAC case to get a confirmation about it.

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Pedro_Sentinela
Contributor

i will try to contact they, thank you!

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Chris_Atkinson
Employee
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Clients must NOT have:

  • RAID.

  • Partitions that are part of stripe or volume sets.

  • Hybrid Drive or equivalent Drive Cache Technologies. See sk107381.

  • The root directory that is compressed (compressed sub-directories of the root directory are supported).

Source: https://sc1.checkpoint.com/documents/E86.50/EN/CP_E86.50_EndpointSecurityClient_forWin_ReleaseNotes/... 

Refer also:

sk107381: Drive Cache software not supported with Check Point Full Disk Encryption 

sk108092: Self Encrypting Drives (SED) in FDE 

If you need additional information please contact TAC.

 

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the_rock
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@Chris_Atkinson ...all good resources and I looked at some of those, but I dont believe any of them sadly answer @Pedro_Sentinela initial question, though sk 108092 does provide the list tested by CP.

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Pedro_Sentinela
Contributor

thank you for the documentation!

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the_rock
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If I were you, I would definitely open TAC case to get an official answer.

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