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idata
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Intel DC3700 FDE?

We are looking to utilize the DC3700 as our primary SSD drive. I can't seem to pin down whether the drive is FDE capable or not. I want to utilize the drive with a LSI card and LSI safe store for key management. I appreciate any and all input.

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idata
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Uhm, OK, I'll give this a shot. As far as I know, all Intel SSDs are Full Disk Encryptable. If the drive supports WIN7 or 8, they have to be (bitlocker). Personally, I would check with LSI if they have any known incompatibility issues with Intel SSDs. Good luck.

idata
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Hello Adam, note that the Intel(R) DC3700 series does support AES 256 - bit encryption, it is a good recommendation from Flybelowtheradar to contact the manufacturer of your adapter in order for you to confirm compatibility with the Intel(R) Solid State Drive.

You can find more information about that specific Intel(R) Solid State Drive family at the following link:

http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/solid-state-drives/ssd-dc-s3700-spec.html http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/solid-state-drives/ssd-dc-s3700-spec.html

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