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August 26, 2017

How do I encrypt folders?

Filed under: computer knowledge — admin @ 6:16 pm

I’m using the Vista home edition, and I want to encrypt some files and folders. I wonder if it can be implemented
Vista does provide this functionality, but only the Windows Vista Enterprise (commercial Advanced Edition) and Ultimate (Ultimate) provide system level security protection for BitLocker. In addition to BitLocker, we can also use EFS for more flexible data protection in Windows Vista. EFS can store files or folders in encrypted form on the hard disk, so that encrypted files or folders can only be opened by authenticated users with the correct certificate. It is necessary to point out that EFS can only be used in the NTFS file system on the hard disk, and the compression function with NTFS is not used at the same time, that is to say, for a specific file, if you use a file compression function, then will not be on the implementation of encryption. In addition, it must be clear that the Windows, Vista, Starter, Windows, Vista, Home, Basic, and Windows Vista, Home, and Premium versions of EFS support are not complete, only partial functions can be implemented.

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