Viewing the encryption status of all volumes
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You can view a list of all the volumes and their current encryption status so you can determine whether the data on your volumes is adequately protected from being accessed by unauthorized users.
What you'll need
You must have the Operator, Application Administrator, or Storage Administrator role.
The types of encryption that can be applied to a volume are:
Software - Volumes that are protected using NetApp Volume Encryption (NVE) or NetApp Aggregate Encryption (NAE) software encryption solutions.
Hardware - Volumes that are protected using NetApp Storage Encryption (NSE) hardware encryption.
Software and Hardware - Volumes that are protected by both software and hardware encryption.
None - Volumes that are not encrypted.
In the left navigation pane, click Storage > Volumes.
In the View menu, select Health > Volumes Encryption
In the Health: Volumes Encryption view, sort on the Encryption Type field, or use the Filter to display volumes that have a specific encryption type, or that are not encrypted (Encryption Type of “None”).