Updated FileVault 2 status check Extension Attribute now available

rtrouton
Valued Contributor III

I've updated my FileVault 2 status check EA, to better handle Macs with multiple encrypted volumes. I'd noticed that I was occasionally seeing some Macs reported by the EA as being FileVault 2 encrypted, but on investigation, the encrypted drive was actually a non-boot volume (like an encrypted Time Machine backup.) I've addressed the issue by having the EA check specifically for the boot drive's FileVault 2 status.

The updated EA is available from the following address:

https://github.com/rtrouton/rtrouton_scripts/tree/master/rtrouton_scripts/Casper_Extension_Attribute...

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rderewianko
Valued Contributor II

Thanks Rich!

pearlin
New Contributor III

Works great! Thanks Rich!

hcodfrie
Contributor

Merci rich

tnielsen
Valued Contributor

Thanks Rich, where do I send the bitcoin to? ;)

mags
New Contributor II

Hey @rtrouton - I've been using this great script for a while, but we're now not getting a correct boot partition FV2 status reported for partitions in MacOS 10.13. Any chance you know how this could be updated for High Sierra?
Thanks!

jschank
Contributor

@rtrouton Is there an updated script available to include Big Sur? Getting "Unknown Version Of macOS"