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    Default Datalock FDE Component

    So how does one go about encrypting a single drive that has BIOS set to use RAID?

    I know it's possible with the CheckPoint version of this product. When will Datalock (Extreme Security+DataLock) catch up?

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    Default Re: Datalock FDE Component

    Sorry all users here, better to check with ZA staff at their support facilities (live text chat). Link to support in my signature.
    Let us know here if you get an answer, it will help other users with the same question.

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    Default Re: Datalock FDE Component


    Unfortunately DataLock will not support a bios that set to use raid even if you don't have a raid setup.

    There are some laptop manufactures who do this and unfortunately Drive Encryption is not compatible with it. We don't foresee in the near future it will be compatible either.

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