What encrypted media are supported by Kiosk?

Encrypted media pose a unique challenge to MetaDefender Kiosk and MetaDefender Client particularly when both products are deployed in conjunction. While our products support certain encrypted media, occasionally we come across different pieces of hardware that cannot be fully supported. Please consult the following table to better understand each products' current level of support, so you can decide on your hardware purchasing.

Encrypted Media

MetaDefender Kiosk

Biocryptodisk-ISPX

Yes

Apricorn Aegis Secure Key

Yes

Apricorn Aegis Padlock

Yes

Apricorn Aegis Fortress

Yes

Apricorn Aegis Bio

Yes

Buffalo RUF2-HSCT and RUF3-HSL

Yes

IronKey S200

Yes

IronKey S1000

Yes

IronKey D250

Yes

IronKey D300

Yes

Kanguru Defender Elite 30

Yes

Kanguru 2000 and 3000

Yes

Kingston DataTraveler 2000

Yes

Kingston DataTraveler Vault Privacy

Yes

Kingston DataTraveler Vault Privacy 3.0

Yes

Kingston DataTraveler 4000 G2 (Managed)

Yes

SanDisk Cruzer Enterprise FIPS Edition

Yes

SanDisk Cruzer Contour

Yes

U3 based USBs

Yes

EncryptDisc CDs/DVDs

Yes

Microsoft BitLocker: MetaDefender Kiosk supports BitLocker To Go using passwords. MetaDefender Kiosk does not support BitLocker encryption using key files, smart cards, or VHD (Virtual Hard Drive) BitLocker encryptions.

Yes

McAfee Complete Data Protection when McAfee File and Removable Media Protection client is installed

Yes

USB Flash Security

Yes

If you have questions or you are using a product that is not listed in the above table please contact support. In general Encrypted Media that advertises "Software-Free" or "Software-Less" is more likely to be supported by the MetaDefender product line.

This article pertains to MetaDefender Kiosk
This article was last updated on 2019-10-19
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