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idata
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Do the P3700 2.5" SSD's provide AES encryption? The manuals do not mention it.

Anybody know if the P3700 2.5" drives support encryption like other Intel non-PCIe drives?

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jbenavides
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Hello jesse.lynch,

We are checking on your inquiry and will let you know as soon as we have additional information.

idata
Community Manager
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Jonathan,

Any luck with the encryption question?

I really appreciate the help!

jbenavides
Honored Contributor II
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Hello jesse.lynch,

The Intel® SSD DC P3700 Series encryption features are different than other Intel® SSDs.

For example, these drives do not support features like ATA password. We will have additional information about this soon.

Please let us know if this is the information is helpful, or if you need additional details about this topic.

idata
Community Manager
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Will I be able to use hdparm (running Linux) to set the password?

jbenavides
Honored Contributor II
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Hello jesse.lynch,

To our knowledge HDparm does not support NVMe (PCIe) devices like the Intel® SSD DC P3700.

Regardless the P3700 does not have password support at this time. This means that the option to use AES encryption on this drive to secure data is not available.

idata
Community Manager
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Jonathan,

Is that also true for the Intel 750?

jbenavides
Honored Contributor II
106 Views

Hello jesse.lynch,

The Intel® SSD 750 Series share a lot features with the Intel® SSD DC P3700 Series. Neither one supports password protection.

jbenavides
Honored Contributor II
106 Views

Hello jesse.lynch,

We are checking on your inquiry and will let you know as soon as we have additional information.

idata
Community Manager
106 Views

 

Jonathan,

Any luck with the encryption question?

I really appreciate the help!

jbenavides
Honored Contributor II
106 Views

Hello jesse.lynch,

The Intel® SSD DC P3700 Series encryption features are different than other Intel® SSDs.

For example, these drives do not support features like ATA password. We will have additional information about this soon.

Please let us know if this is the information is helpful, or if you need additional details about this topic.

idata
Community Manager
106 Views

Will I be able to use hdparm (running Linux) to set the password?

jbenavides
Honored Contributor II
106 Views

Hello jesse.lynch,

To our knowledge HDparm does not support NVMe (PCIe) devices like the Intel® SSD DC P3700.

Regardless the P3700 does not have password support at this time. This means that the option to use AES encryption on this drive to secure data is not available.

idata
Community Manager
106 Views

Jonathan,

Is that also true for the Intel 750?

jbenavides
Honored Contributor II
106 Views

Hello jesse.lynch,

The Intel® SSD 750 Series share a lot features with the Intel® SSD DC P3700 Series. Neither one supports password protection.

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