To ensure that a Disk Encryption policy provides the results that you expect, we recommend that you test it on one or more devices before distributing it to all intended devices.
The best way to test a policy is to apply a Sandbox version of the policy to a test device. The following sections explain how to do this:
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.
You can designate any managed device in your ZENworks Management Zone as a test device. When a policy is assigned to a test device, the Sandbox version of the policy is applied, not the Published version. If no Sandbox version exists, the Published policy is applied.
To designate a managed device as a test device:
In ZENworks Control Center, click.
In thelist, select the check box next to the target device, then click > .
In ZENworks Control Center, clickto display the Policies page.
Click the Disk Encryption policy you want to assign to test devices.
Assign the policy to test devices:
In the Device Assignments panel, click, browse for and select the test devices, then click .
Selectas the policy conflict resolution, then click .
Select, then click .
Go to a test device and verify that the policy has been applied and is being enforced as expected.