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Encrypting a device in SecureCloud

    • Updated:
    • 31 Mar 2016
    • Product/Version:
    • SecureCloud as a Service 3.7
    • SecureCloud On-Premise 3.7
    • Platform:
    • CentOS 5.8 32-bit
    • CentOS 5.8 64-bit
    • CentOS 6.1 32-bit
    • CentOS 6.1 64-bit
    • CentOS 6.2 32-bit
    • CentOS 6.2 64-bit
    • Linux - Red Hat RHEL 5.8 32-bit
    • Linux - Red Hat RHEL 5.8 64-bit
    • Linux - Red Hat RHEL 6 32-bit
    • Linux - Red Hat RHEL 6 64-bit
    • Linux - Red Hat RHEL 6.2 32-bit
    • Linux - Red Hat RHEL 6.2 64-bit
    • Linux - SuSE 11
    • Linux - SuSE 11 64-bit
    • Ubuntu 10.04 32-bit
    • Ubuntu 10.04 64-bit
    • Ubuntu 12.04 32-bit
    • Ubuntu 12.04 64-bit
    • Windows 2003 Enterprise
    • Windows 2003 Enterprise 64-bit
    • Windows 2003 Server R2
    • Windows 2003 Standard
    • Windows 2003 Standard 64-bit
    • Windows 2008 Enterprise
    • Windows 2008 Enterprise 64-bit
    • Windows 2012 Enterprise
    • Windows 7 32-bit
    • Windows 7 64-bit
    • Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit
    • Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
Summary

This article tells the procedure on how to encrypt a device in SecureCloud.

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To provision volumes in SecureCloud:

For Linux instance:

  1. Create a volume and attach it to the instance.
  2. Create a partition by using fdisk or parted tool.

    To help you, use the following articles as references:

  3. Build a filesystem on the device partition using the command:

    # mkfs -t <filesystem type> /dev/xvdX1

  4. Create a mount point using the command:

    # mkdir /mnt/mount_point

  5. Mount the filesystem usign the command:

    # mount /dev/xvdX1 /mnt/mount_point/

  6. Verify the mounted filesystem using the command:

    # df -h

  7. Log in to the SecureCloud console to encrypt the volume.
    1. Go to the Inventory tab.
    2. Choose the computer where the volume is attached.
    3. Select the volume you would like to encrypt and click the checkbox next to the volume name.
    4. Click Encrypt.

For Windows instance:

  1. Create a volume and attach it to the instance.
  2. To mount, partition and build an NTFS filesystem on the volume
    1. Go to Run and type diskmgmt.msc to open Disk Management.
    2. Right-click the volume and click New simple drive.
  3. Log in to the SecureCloud console to encrypt the volume.
    1. Go to the Inventory tab.
    2. Choose the computer where the volume is attached.
    3. Select the volume you would like to encrypt and click the checkbox next to volume name.
    4. Click Encrypt.
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Solution Id:
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