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Published: 20 Oct 2012

MOBILE SECURITY PGP Corp. Price: Starts at $49 per user PGP Endpoint meets the urgent need to protect data on mobile and removable storage devices, delivering centrally managed, granular device and port control, coupled with automated whole disk encryption. Installation/Configuration B The PGP Endpoint architecture comprises an administration server, database, management console and client. PGP leverages Active Directory and Novell e-Directory for quick integration into directory services. Preparing the host server for installation required more manual intervention than similar products, but the setup went smoothly once we got to the server components wizards. The client can be automatically deployed through the distribution utility, using directory services or third-party tools, but we stuck with manual installation via USB drive. PGP tests for connectivity to the administration server before completing the installation. As with similar products, the client offers centralized hardening to prevent tampering. The management console presents an easy-to-use ... Access >>>

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