This article will show you how to decrypt Dell Data Protection| External Media Edition (EME) device and change the EME encryption policy for your environment.
Dell Data Protection | Encryption
Dell Data Protection | External Media Edition
7.x and newer
User Specific EME Encryption Policy Change:
(Figure 1: English only - DDP|E remote management console)
(Figure 2: English only - DDP|E RMC User Search)
(Figure 3: English only - DDP|E RMC policy icon for the user)
(Figure 4: English only - DDP|E RMC policy change options)
Figure 5: English only - DDP|E endpoint check policy)
EME Encryption Policy Change:
To remove EME encryption, but keep all other encryption policies in place, follow the steps below.
(Figure 6: English only - DDP| PE local management console)
(Figure 7: English only - DDP| PE EMS policy change)
The above Dell Data Protection| External Media Shield information is from the Dell Data Protection | Encryption Enterprise Edition Shield for Windows Help Menu. To locate DDP|E Help go to Start Menu -> All Programs -> Dell -> Dell Data Protection -> Encryption -> Encryption Help under "Configure Default Settings". Download the Dell Data Protection | Encryption Enterprise Edition Administrator Guide for a more information about enabling EMS device in your environment, Dell Data Protection | Encryption Administrator Guide.
For any questions/concerns, please call Dell Data Protection ProSupport at: 877.459.7304 Ext. 4310039. For support outside the US, reference ProSupport’s International Contact numbers list. You can also join us on our Dell Security Community Forum.
Article ID: SLN293766
Last Date Modified: 05/23/2017 10:50 AM