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EFDE feature on EP or EEE


ADS82
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Hi ESET Team,

Our partner want to use EFDE in ESET Protect or ESET Endpoint Encryption, but there's some question that need to answer.
- Is possible to EFDE on chipset Windows ARM or Apple M1/M2 ? Is there any information or documentation or screenshot about using on chipset ?
- How many bandwith usage connection between agent and server (EP or EEE Server) if using EFDE ?
- Is there any API integration for EFDE in EP or EEE server
- Can we use multiple backup key if many device was use EFDE and not connected to EP or EEE Server ?
- Can EEE Server use 2FA/MFA ?
- Can EFDE in EP, encrypt only partition disk ?

Thanks for the answer,

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Hi @ADS82,

Have to admit some of these are quite unusual questions relating to EEE and EFDE.

Therefore, I think it may be easier for me to ask you what features your customer requires from an Encryption Product?

This will help us recommend the right product for the customer whether that be EEE using the EEE Server OR EFDE using the ESET Protect Server.

Thank you.

Kieran

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Hi Kieran,

First, our customer want to install EFDE to Windows ARM and also Apple M1/M2. Is it possible ? any information related for the installation on that kind chipset.

Thanks

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Hi @ADS82,

Unfortunately neither EFDE or EEE support Windows ARM chips at this time, however, this is something we are looking to support with both products in future versions.

As for Apple M1 chips, they have been tested and are completely supported. Apple M2 chips are the same architecture as the M1 chip, but we have not been able to test this yet. Upon speaking to the Development Team though they are confident so long as Rosetta is installed there should be no issue with support for the M2 chips.

Thank you.

Kieran

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