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Remote Encryption does not require remote server to be trusted for delegation    

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Remote Encryption does not require remote server to be trusted for delegation



Apr
25

Subject: Remote Encryption does not require remote server to be trusted for delegation.

 

Hello Team,

 

FYI.. windows 2008 and windows vista remote encryption does not require the remote server to be trusted for delegation. Local EFS certificate is used rather than requesting new certificate on file server and creating partial profile.

 

 

Now, because of this behavior user access to remote files will fail when user logs in to another vista machine, which used to work before because certificate use to be on remote server so access to remote EFS files were seamless.

 

 

 

 

 

 



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