not really - "folders" themselves are not encrypted, it's the files within them.
Thanks SafeBoot for your response and the information you're right!
So it's no possible or possible? if yes how we can do this (via Epo) please?
page 18 - Require Authentication for listing of encrypted folders.
Obvously you'll need to specify the folders as part of the policy...
Sorry i didn't understand the laste sentence! do you mean in the folders ploicy? i've specified the paths and the keys!
i've tried to enable the require Authentication for listing... but no change!
so is there any way to make a passowrd prompt (like the auto-extract) or another product twich is compatible with EEFF 4 (McAfee or not xd) that offer this options ?
Not really - Folders can't really be secured like you imagine - only Files can. I don't know if there's ever been a product to password protect a "folder" - certainly lots to protect the files within them though.
Yeah, by folder i mean sub files.
Please if i install a free software like Axcrypt, it will cause any problem with the EEFF? because if i do i don't really see how EEFF will be useful for us!
I'm not sure what your requirement is - if you want to protect the files in a folder from unauthorized access, yet retain the ability for administrators to unlock them, and other users to open then depending on access rights, that's what EEFF does?
But for example:
On my own lap, i've a encrypted files (in a folder) with EEFF with a specified key. I can open these files normally.
But suppose if i let my windows session open, it's easy for someone to open the folder and view all the files.
do you understand what i mean?
please let me know if there is any solution .
If you lock the machine, the keys are cleared out of memory, but yes, if you've left your windows session open, your files are accessible, the same as they would be if you were still sitting there.