You must assign a Disk Encryption policy to devices or device folders. The policy cannot be assigned to device groups, users, user groups, or user folders. Before assigning a Disk Encryption policy to devices, make sure you have reviewed Deployment Best Practices.
IMPORTANT:The Disk Encryption policy is supported only on devices that use the standard BIOS. Windows devices that use UEFI BIOS are not supported; if a Disk Encryption policy is assigned to a Windows UEFI device, the policy is not applied.
In ZENworks Control Center, click thetab.
In thelist, select the check box next to the Disk Encryption policy (or policy group containing the Disk Encryption policy) you want to assign.
Browse for and select the devices, device groups, and device folders to which you want to assign the policy:
Click next to a folder (for example, the Workstations folder or Servers folder) to navigate through the folders until you find the device, group, or folder you want to select.
If you are looking for a specific item, such as a Workstation or a Workstation Group, you can use thelist to limit the types of items that are displayed. If you know the name of the item you are looking for, you can use the box to search for the item.
Click the underlined link in thecolumn to select the device, group, or folder and display its name in the list box.
Clickto add the selected devices, folders, and groups to the list.
Clickto display the Finish page.
Review the information and, if necessary, use thebutton to make changes to the information.
If you want the policies to be immediately enforced on all the assigned devices, select.
The policies or policies groups are assigned to the selected devices, device groups, and device folders. You can view the assignments on the Relationships page of the policies or policy groups.