I have a customer with a HP DL385 G2 running Windows 2003 Enterprise, 32bit, SP2, RAID 5. One of the partitioned drives is not encrypting (Safeboot 4.2). It isn't compressed and is NTFS. I know encrypting RAID isn't supported, but any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
Is my only option to decrypt?
I guess changing the drive letter wouldn't work either?
ThanksMessage was edited by: gldnju on 8/17/10 12:23:12 PM GMT-05:00
Is there a command line (sbadmcl) to encrypt the drive? sbadmcl.exe -commandetEncryption?Message was edited by: gldnju on 8/17/10 12:45:13 PM GMT-05:00
I could counter, what's a stand-alone install set got to do with anything after the install?
Seriously, the only way to configure a machine policy is through SBAdmin - the "offline install mode" is only for the installation, once installed the machine is expected to be able to call home and get a policy etc.
You can't change the policy locally, only within a management database, so, without reflecting that to the local machine and convincing it to sync with it, there's no way to change the policy.