SWDE installation requirements
This is the list of settings that will be changed on your computer when you install Stanford Whole Disk Encryption. These settings will be maintained by BigFix/TEM.
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Answer file editor
Computer support organizations can use this program to create instances of the Enrollment/SWDE app to be incorporated into locally controlled computer deployment processes.
Escrow recovery key
At times, SWDE may not be able to encrypt the drive successfully. This could be due to an operating system incompatibility, or other reasons. If this occurs, you can encrypt the computer manually, then run this tool to escrow the recovery key outside of SWDE.
Note: On OSX, SWDE Encryption might fail with an error message saying that an encryption certificate was found that must be removed before FileVault2 can be enabled. This indicates that SWDE has found either FileVaultMaster.keychain or FileVaultMaster.cer in /Library/Keychains. If either of those files exists, delete them and try again.
There has been at least one report of the error appearing and neither file existed in /Library/Keychains. If this happens, try installing FileVault manually and running the Mac recovery key generation program.
This tool helps support staff identify and fix problems that can cause a computer to become dubious.
The McAfee encryption service has been deprecated. Please move users to native encryption as soon as possible.
- McAfee Endpoint Encryption Common Support Tasks (restricted access) — describes a number of actions that support personnel need to do to manage the encryption state of machines in their area.
- McAfee Endpoint Encryption Troubleshooting Information (restricted access) — documents procedures support personnel can use to diagnose and troubleshoot problems with McAfee.