We would like to have a tool to decrypt files on a previously enforced encrypted USB drive (encrypted by DriveLock File Protection or Encryption 2-Go) on Autodesk workplaces running on Linux.1 vote
In the policy when configuring the DriveLock PBA for Full Disk Encryption and BitLocker Management, it should be possible to define the domain so that it does not have to be done by the user at the first login. Optimal would be to be able to determine whether this can be changed or not.9 voteson the roadmap · AdminMark Hartmann (Senior Director Product Management Technology, DriveLock SE) responded
This suggestion is included as a feature request and scheduled for an upcoming release.
Mobile Encryption Application (macOS): Encryption 2 Go Container not visible without enabling hidden files visibility
When a USB flash drive encrypted with DriveLock Encryption 2 Go (container.based) is plugged in on a Mac the encrypted container is not visible on the USB flash drive. Only the DriveLock Mobile App (MEA) for Windows and macOS is visible. So, users cannot add the container to MEA to open it.
- Enable hidden files in Finder with the following command: "defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles YES"
- Invoke the MEA via command line and pass the path to the container as argument.
Both workarounds are not an option for regular users.3 votes
I'd like to access files stored in a folder encrypted by DriveLock File Protection from my Linux workstation the same seamless way, I can access it from my Windows laptop.1 vote
As a user I want to use my encrypted folder (or files) in a seamless way in Office-365 (i.e. stored on OneDrive for Business or SharePoint).3 votes
As a user I want to have files automatically encrypted when saved into a specific directory, but when I copy or move this file out of this directory it should stay encrypted until an authorized user explicitly stores a decrypted version or manually decrypts it.3 votes
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