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support the XTS-AES mode of the AES algorithm that's supported in Win10 1511

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      • Ruslan commented  · 

        Microsoft has also to add support for XTS encryption to MBAM compliance reports and MBAM .admx template.

      • Dave Bunt commented  · 

        It is now supported in the MDOP Hotfix for Sept, however it doesn't specify HOW?

        The Group Policy still only allows you to set the encryption methods to AES-256 as highest, so if you leave it blank, it is only reporting on if its compliant with XTS-AES 128. So an update to the ADMX to add support to Windows 10 devices would also be appreciated.

      • Neil commented  · 

        Agreed. Definitely required!

      • David Bunt commented  · 

        Agreed. Release support for a new encryption method however the method for supporting said encryption does not recognise it. Good game MS.

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Agreed, doesn't make sense that devices show noncompliant when using the new encryption.

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