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Is there a way to disable the ability to decrypt files in the Portable Mode utility. Why give the users the ability to decrypt files on the USB Drive? Also, it doesn't help that a user can also add files to the drive in a decrypted state. It would be nice if I could completely encrypt a USB Drive and also have the ability to have Portable Mode, so you can only add files through the Portal Mode Utility (except when plugged into a machine with KES/AES module).

 

Hope that makes sense.

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Is there a way to disable the ability to decrypt files in the Portable Mode utility. Why give the users the ability to decrypt files on the USB Drive? Also, it doesn't help that a user can also add files to the drive in a decrypted state. It would be nice if I could completely encrypt a USB Drive and also have the ability to have Portable Mode, so you can only add files through the Portal Mode Utility (except when plugged into a machine with KES/AES module).

 

Hope that makes sense.

 

Hi,

 

Could you please provide us the exact steps taken in order to encrypt USB Drives and then decrypt it? Please also state the full product versions used.

 

Thank You!

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Hi,

 

Could you please provide us the exact steps taken in order to encrypt USB Drives and then decrypt it? Please also state the full product versions used.

 

Thank You!

 

Encrypt all files with Portable Manager checked.

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Hi,

 

Unfortunately, this functionality is abscent.

 

Please create a request to KL support or make it at corresponding thread at forum and we will include it in next versions.

 

Thank you!

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