Yes! Jamf Now can ensure that all enrolled Macs are protecting data using Apple’s built-in FileVault 2 full disk encryption (XTS-AES 128). By turning on this feature, Jamf Now will turn on FileVault 2 and also store a recovery key. If a user ever forgets his or her FileVault 2 password, you can use the key stored with Jamf Now to unlock the Mac.
Articles in this section
- How to use the "Prevent Changes to Passcode" restriction
- FileVault2 is enabled but my key is not showing in Jamf Now
- Configuring passcode settings
- Does Jamf Now real-time track the location of enrolled devices (not in Lost Mode)?
- Managed Open-In and Apple Watch
- How do I setup my device to require a passcode?
- Configuring restrictions on iOS devices
- Enabling encryption (FileVault) for Mac
- What does the “Managed Open-in” feature do?
- Does Jamf Now interact with the FileVault 2 disk encryption on my Mac?