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The best way to remove SSD harddrive at end of day to protect server data

I have a server that has that is using an SSD hard drive. I am looking for the most efficient way for the users to be able to remove the drive at the end of the day and restart in the morning to protect against theft.

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8/22/2022 - Mon
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nobus

and of course - have a good backup of your Data
i would also recommend making regular images of the drive too
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Thanks for your help. I am now trying to determine if I can encrypt a solid state drive while using windows xp pro OS.   See new post...
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