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Details about DriveArmor Software

    • Updated:
    • 29 Apr 2014
    • Product/Version:
    • Endpoint Encryption 3.0 DriveArmor
    • Platform:
    • Windows 7 32-bit
Summary
Know the supported platforms, authentication forms, and policies on the software of DriveArmor.
Details
Public
Supported Host Platforms
  • Compatibility: Windows® XP SP3, Windows Vista® SP1 or higher, Windows® 7
  • System Requirements: Microsoft® .NET Framework 2.0 SP1 installed or higher
Forms of authentication used in DriveArmor
  • Active Directory Domain Password
  • Fixed Password
  • ColorCode
  • PIN
  • Smart Card (CAC/PIV)
Policies used with DriveArmor
  • General Device
    • Dead Man Switch
    • Inactivity Timeout
    • Re Authenticate Time
  • Notice Message
    • If Found
    • Legal Notice
    • Support Info
  • PolicyServer Connection
    • Action Due To No Contact
    • Must Be Connect To PolicyServer
    • Offline Time Before Forced Connection
    • Secondary Action Due To No Contact
    • Secondary Action Period
  • Login
    • Authentication Methods
    • Device Lockout Action
    • Failed Attempts Allowed
    • Lock Device Time Delay
    • User Name Case Sensitive
  • Password
    • Allowed Character Types
    • Can Contain User Id
    • Change Password Every
    • Consecutive Chars Allowed
    • Minimum Length
    • Password History Retention
    • Remember User Between Logins
    • Require How Many Chars
    • Require How Many Numbers
    • Require How Many Specials
  • Self Help
    • Number of Questions
    • Personal Challenge
Recovering DriveArmor data
The DriveArmor device password is stored in DriveTrust, the secure chip available in all Momentus FDE drives.
Administrator can recover data from a DriveArmor device. All administrator accounts are cached to simply authenticate with administrator credentials, assign a new OTP for the user, reset the Active Directory password (if used), issue a Challenge Response session, or simply load the recovery CD and disable DriveArmor after authenticating to the CD.
Premium
Internal
Rating:
Category:
Configure; Troubleshoot; Deploy; Install; Migrate
Solution Id:
1059899
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