The ESET Endpoint Encryption Server  (EEE Server) is a browser based tool for the management of users and client machines running ESET Endpoint Encryption. It provides all the necessary functions to allow an administrator to specify security settings (Full Disk Encryption, Encryption usage and endpoint control) at the users’ workstations. Data transferred between users and the EEE Server can be kept on-site, or use a “cloud” based proxy server. All functional communications between the EEE Server and clients are fully encrypted. All data on the EEE Proxy servers are encrypted.

EEE provides the user with full disk, folder, and email encryption, together with secure data deletion, encrypted virtual disks, encrypted archives, and removable media (memory devices) control. This includes FIPS 140-2 certified encryption algorithms.

The EEE Server allows the administrator to define the feature set for each user, to restrict or empower as necessary. Lost user passwords can be recovered with the EEE Server, even for Full Disk Encrypted workstations. Lost or stolen workstations can be remotely disabled, or set to self disable after communication with the server has been lost.  The use of removable media (memory sticks) can be controlled to prevent Data Loss or imports of harmful programs.

See the Installation and Configuration Process Outline for a quick step by step guide to the stages required to set up your system.