Hello, in addition to my last post, I have a number of questions regarding the possible limitations of the EERM product.
I am using EERM version 220.127.116.11 with the following EEFF/EERM configuration:
My own experience has been that when I connect an 80 gigabyte NTFS storage device (with 40 gig of free space) to an EERM enabled PC (with the above policy configuration) I receive no prompt for encryption. Additionally, if I change the policy configuration to “make unprotected files & folders READY ONLY” the device still allows me to write & update data on it (although if I plug in an 8 gigabyte USB FAT32 device, I am prompted to encrypt and the resulting UNPROTECTED FILES folder does not let me write & update data on it. It’s as though NTFS devices are being ignored completely by EERM?
And if there is a maximum “protected media container” size limit, let's say for arguments sake it's 200 gigabytes, how does EERM behave (with the above policy configuration) when a storage device is connected that has more than 400 gigabytes of free space?
I am more than happy to provide any further details.
DavidMessage was edited by: SafeBoot - reduced "shouting" font size ;-) on 8/23/10 9:53:30 AM EDT