Hoping someone can help with this...
We have a v4.6.5 ePO server in our domain with EEPC v7. We have a number of remote workgroup machines that we need to encrypt and remotely protect. We will be setting up an agent handler in our DMZ, but I'm wondering how we will add encryption users for these machines. When we try to add an encryption user to a workgroup machine, it only lets us select a user from our domain.
How can we assign a local workstation user to the policy so that they can sign into the pre-boot and (with SSO) automatically sign into their local user profile?
Message was edited by: ehnbit on 3/8/13 4:07:21 PM CST
To deploy Agent Handler in DMZ please follow this KB
TO assign local workstation users to the policy so they can sign into the pre-boot and automatically sign into their local accounts, you should register a LDAP server with ePO.
I'm not sure I understand... We already have LDAP setup between the ePO and our domain controllers. How would this allow us to add local users for remote workgroup machines???
Have you set up EE LDAP Server user/Group synchronization task to synch all groups in LDAP?
What Synchronization settings are you using under "Synchronization Settings for My Organization > Computers"?
on 3/8/13 4:50:18 PM CST
I still don't see how LDAP has anything to do with this. These are remote machines, each at a separate location, and part of a workgroup. There is no way to synchronize anything with them via LDAP.
Message was edited by: ehnbit on 3/8/13 5:14:24 PM CST