SEE DE policy is not enforced - no user registration, no assistant to create Self Recovery questions prompted, etc. Disk not showing up in SEE MA as an internal drive either.
SEE 11.0.X (SEE MA and SEE DE 11.0.x)
Computer make and model: Dell Latitude E7440
OS: WIndows 7 x32bit
Disk make and model: Samsung SSD PM851
BIOS and other drivers updated
Generally speaking, no error pops up. User registration or drive encryption is not occurring.
When issuing eedadmincli, enum via command line, the following error is displayed:
Failed to initialize disks:
The boot disk might not be encrypted or the encryption record might be damaged.
To locate and repair the record, please use --recover-disk option
Some Dell Latitude models are shipped with SATA controller set to RAID and there is no Rapid Storage controller installed at all.
The following steps help to workaround the issue
At BIOS level. Change the SATA controller from RAID to AHCI
Before applying the change, though, it is advisable to go thru the Microsoft KB 922976 to ensure the AHCI drivers are enabled.
Install Rapid Storage controller from Dell official site