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IronKey W700

Kingston의 IronKey™ W700은 기업에 Microsoft® Windows To Go를 내장형 하드웨어 기반 XTS-AES 256비트 암호화와 FIPS 140-2 레벨 3 검증을 갖춘 고급 보안 USB 드라이브로 배치하도록 제공해줍니다. 드라이브는 고속 성능을 제공하여 가장 엄격한 데이터 보안 표준으로 보호합니다. DataLocker에서 제공하는 DataLocker의 IronKey EMS를 사용하여 IronKey W700는 액세스와 사용량 정책을 중앙에서 선택적으로 관리할 수 있습니다. 견고하고 안전한 케이스는 군사 등급 강도와 내구성으로 가장 엄격한 기준을 충족합니다.

  • Windows To Go 인증
  • 고급 보안 FIPS 140-2 Level 3 검증
  • DataLocker의 IronKey EMS를 통해 선택적으로 관리
  • 견고한 케이스

용량{{Footnote.N37130}} 32GB, 64GB, 128GB

암호 보호, XTS-AES 256비트 하드웨어 암호화, 장치 제거시 자동 데이터 보호

FIPS 140-2 Level 3 검증

관리 가능: 기업용 관리는 W700 장치를 위한 옵션 기능입니다. DataLocker의 IronKey EMS를 사용해 수천 개의 IronKey W700 드라이브에 걸쳐 액세스와 사용량 정책을 중앙에서 관리할 수 있습니다.

속도{{Footnote.N37139}}: 최대 읽기: 400MB/second, 최대 쓰기: 300MB/second

크기: 82.3mm x 21.1mm x 9.1 mm

작동 온도: 0°C - 70℃

보관 온도: -40℃ - 85℃

USB 3.0 SuperSpeed, 방진, 내충격성, 견고성

방수: (최대 3피트), MIL-STD-810F

보증: 5년

 

Windows To Go의 시스템 요구 사항

부팅 프로세스: USB 부팅 가능

펌웨어: USB 부팅 가능. (Windows 7, 8, 8.1 또는 10과 함께 사용하도록 인증된 PC는 USB에서 직접 부팅하도록 구성할 수 있음, 사용 중인 PC가 USB 부팅을 직접 지원하는지 알 수 없는 경우에는 하드웨어 제조업체에 문의)

프로세스 아키텍처: Windows To Go 드라이브의 이미지를 지원해야 함

외장 USB 허브: 지원 안 함, 호스트 시스템에 Windows To Go 드라이브를 직접 연결.

프로세서: 1GHz 이상

RAM: 2GB 이상

그래픽: WDDM 1.2 이상의 드라이버가 설치된 DirectX 9 그래픽 장치

USB 포트: USB 2.0 포트 이상

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Your corporate workspace on the go. Kingston's DataTraveler® Workspace is certified by Microsoft® for use with Windows To Go, a key feature of Windows® 8 Enterprise. Windows To Go is a fully manageable corporate Windows 8 workspace on a specially configured, bootable USB drive. It allows IT administrators to easily support such work styles as "bring your own PC," mobile workforce and the needs of contingency staff, who need access to the corporate environment without security compromise. This USB 3.0 drive incorporates SSD controller technology to produce a high-performance, low latency drive. It is factory configured as a fixed drive so it boots through USB 3.0 or USB 2.0 ports on any hardware that has been certified for use with either Windows 7 or Windows 8 operating systems. DataTraveler Workspace is backed by a two-year warranty, free technical support and the legendary reliability that makes Kingston® the world's independent memory leader.

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Your corporate workspace on the go. Kingston's DataTraveler® Workspace is certified by Microsoft® for use with Windows To Go, a key feature of Windows® 8 Enterprise. Windows To Go is a fully manageable corporate Windows 8 workspace on a specially configured, bootable USB drive. It allows IT administrators to easily support such work styles as "bring your own PC," mobile workforce and the needs of contingency staff, who need access to the corporate environment without security compromise. This USB 3.0 drive incorporates SSD controller technology to produce a high-performance, low latency drive. It is factory configured as a fixed drive so it boots through USB 3.0 or USB 2.0 ports on any hardware that has been certified for use with either Windows 7 or Windows 8 operating systems. DataTraveler Workspace is backed by a two-year warranty, free technical support and the legendary reliability that makes Kingston® the world's independent memory leader.

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Windows To Go supports host devices certified for use with Windows 7 or Windows 8. Because Mac computers are not certified for use with Windows 7 or Windows 8, using Windows To Go is not supported on a Mac. XP could be running on the system, but the PC must at least meet the minimum requirements of Windows 7. Since DT Workspace boots from the BIOS, the OS on the host PC isn't an issue. Please see the minimum system requirements of the host PC below: 

  

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For host computers running Windows 8: Press Windows logo key+W and then search for Windows To Go startup options and then press Enter. In the Windows To Go Start-up Options dialog box select Yes and then click Save Changes to configure the computer to boot from USB.

For host computers running earlier OS versions of Windows: If the host computer is running an earlier version of the Windows operating system need to configure the computer to boot from USB manually.

Hotkeys and BIOS configuration

You enter the BIOS settings for your computer before the operating system starts through using what is called a "hotkey" – these are function keys that have been mapped to utilities by the firmware manufacturers. The following table provides a reference to some well-known hotkeys:

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Users can either store on DT Workspace, an external drive, or a network drive. When running Windows To Go, the host system's internal hard drive cannot be accessed to prevent data leakage. Users can use the remaining storage on the drive, an external drive or server based storage if required.

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No, users can pick any host that is available and boot into their work environment without the risk of leaving confidential data on the host PC.

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No. This drive is intended to be used as a bootable fixed device for the purposes of running the Microsoft Windows 8 Enterprise Windows to Go feature.

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The information saves on the drive itself.

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Most of the time, this will be the enterprise administrator who will self-provision the drives in order to provide users an imaged version of Windows 8. The work involved for the administrator is the same way they are provisioning a HDD or SSD. For further information, please see the Windows To Go Step by Step article on the TechNet Wiki for a walkthrough of the drive creation process

If the users have administrator permissions they can self-provision a Windows To Go drive using the Windows To Go Creator wizard which is included in Windows 8 Enterprise edition. Additionally, the Community Technology Preview (CTP) of Service Pack 1 for System Center 2012 Configuration Manager includes support for user self-provisioning of Windows To Go drives. Configuration Manager 2012 SP1 CTP can be downloaded for evaluation from the Microsoft Download Center.

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Microsoft will be selling Enterprise licenses to their Enterprise accounts through the Microsoft's Software Assurance (SA). Software Assurance was introduced in 2001 as an element of Microsoft's Volume Licensing programs. Software Assurance's primary value proposition is an "insurance policy" — ensuring that customers would not face unexpected or unbudgeted costs to purchase Microsoft technology upgrades.

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