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M806dn vs M806x+

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Our sales force sold a customer 2 M806DNs, and the customer had a need for a 3rd unit later. The 3rd unit needed the paper deck option, so it looks like the vendor shipped us the 806x+.   The customer requires the encrypted HDD feature on their devices.  Is there and optional kit and firmware we can purchase to add the encrypted HDD to the 806DNs?  Thanks

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Hp does not list that as an accessory, however, I would pull the formatter and if there is a physical connection for a SATA drive it would likely work fine. You would need to source either a Seagate or Toshiba SED drive to get encryption. You can install any SATA drive to get job storage space without the encryption. 

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Thanks!  I did finally find the very small footnote stating that feature wasn't available for the base DN model. Probably going to be a firmware conflict somewhere as well. The customer has to see on the config page that the drive is encrypted. Guess sales will be ordering a couple of replacement units.

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