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New forum discussion 26 Feb 2015
Hello everybody Was looking through Entsupport.symantec.com for HCL for Symantec Encryption products and didn't find anything valuable. The question is: Which tokens are supported for Symantec Endpoint Encryption?
New forum discussion 04 Feb 2015
Hello Have a laptop (Windows 8.1 Pro, Core-i7, 8 GB RAM) with HDD encrypted with Symantec Encryption Desktop 10.3. Does anyone has a document desribing how to change this encrypted HDD with a new one? Or do you have personal experience/recomendations on how to do this?
New forum discussion 31 Jan 2015
After Symantec Endpoint Encryption client been installed no Windows Server 2012 R2 it does not appear in the menu "SEE Managed Computers -> Unassigned". All communication ports open between server and client. From previous experience with SEE clients on Windows 7 - it was there in ...
New forum discussion 29 Jan 2015
Hello, Symantec Endpoint Encryption client software appears with broken UI on Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2. Broken UI means missing buttons and weirdly shaped tabs.  The SEE Installation Guide says that "for the client software to appear properly on Microsoft ...
New forum discussion 28 Jan 2015
Hello, Could you please share your experience about encrypting removable media devices? Symantec.com has the document entitled "How Endpoint Encryption Works". The section on encrypting removable media provides overall information, but it is not ...
New forum discussion 22 Jan 2015
Colleagues, Have you ever been thinking about backup copies security? I am talking about two aspects: Unauthorised access to backup copies Backup copies files integrity These are two problems that IT could possibly face. Do you have an idea ...
New forum discussion 27 Oct 2014
Hi everyone, It is not the first time this issue is being discussed on Connect: the size of incremental backup for Windows Server 2008 is too big. As I can see this happens because of Windows Server system state architecture - it is big thing by design. And here's the problem ...