Trying to wrap my head around the security behind automatic authentication...
So I see the Endpoint Encryption loading something in Pre-Boot, and then it goes straight into the Windows logon screen. At what point does the drive become unencrypted? Are the contents of the drive still encrypted until an authenticated user logs on to Windows? If the drive is unencrypted at the logon screen, then what's the point of encrypting it in the first place?
We're looking to streamline the sign-on process as much as possible, but not to the point where we make the encryption pointless.