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I got some documents printed the other day at a local print shop. I noticed that they moved my PDF from my flash drive to their desktop. Is there a way to protect my files without using a password? Is there a way to make a file open once and after that encrypt it?
I am exporting data using BCP util, in SQL native format, creating an output format. The proces executes a stored procedure, creating a temporary table, and then the BCP exports the table to an output file, in native SQL. Is there a method to have this output file encrypted without a 3rd party...
How are files encrypted on AS/400