ARM processor and Raspbian Support

I need a solution

Hello all, I am an IT tech for a large eneterprise and we currently use Symantec Endpoint Encryption to auto encrypt all files being transfered to a removable device. This works very well and I am glad we use it however we have run into a bit of a snafu. We have some “smart TV’s” that the administration likes to play slide shows on and we have in the past created a slideshow and saved it as a .wmv file on a USB drive and then connected it to the TV and it was able to play the video on repeat all day and administration was able to change it up whenever they wanted. Now that we are using SEE and the Removable Media Access Tool the file is encrypted and the TV that runs some version of Android cannot launch the .exe in order to decrypt the file. I suggested we use a Raspberry PI and put them behind the TV connected with HDMI. That does not seem to work either for many reasons, ARM cpu architecture,debian based OS etc… So I tried the Windows IoT for ARM build but I have not had success with this either. Has anyone else run into an issue like this before? Is there a way to run the Removable Media Access Utility from and ARM based device on a Debian OS or am I just out of luck and we will have to re evaluate security measures? 

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Product: SQL Server
Event ID: 12291
Source: SQLISPackage100
Version: 10.0
Component: Integration Services
Symbolic Name: DTS_MSG_PACKAGEFAILURE
Message: Package “” failed.
   
Explanation

The specified Integration Services package was unable to finish running and has stopped.

Possible Causes

There are many possible causes for a package to stop running. This message might appear because of one of the following problems:

  • The data sources, files, or credentials that were specified on the development computer are not available or are not valid on the computer on which the package was deployed.

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