Most of the disk-related operations are identical for SEDs and regular disks.
Because storage encryption happens at a very low level, specifically the disk firmware, it does not affect any higher level functionality. The storage controller sees SEDs the same as regular disks, and all functionality remains the same.
There are some additional options and requirements with SEDs:
There are additional options to sanitize disks when using SEDs.
An additional option enables you to make the disks permanently inaccessible.