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Re: [Bacula-devel] Feature Request: Backup and Restore of Windows Encrypted Files through raw encryption functions


Thanks, I have added this to the projects file.

Kern

On Friday 22 February 2008 11.54:43 Mohr.External@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> Item 1: Backup and Restore of Windows Encrypted Files through raw
> encryption functions
>
>   Origin: Michael Mohr, SAG
>
>   Date:   22 February 2008
>
>   Status:
>
>   What:   Make it possible to backup and restore Encypted Files from and
>           to Windows systems
>           without the need to decrypt it by using the raw encryption
> functions API
>           (see: http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa363783.aspx)
>
>           that is provided for that reason by Microsoft.
>           If a file ist encrypted could be examined by evaluating the
>           FILE_ATTRIBUTE_ENCRYTED flag of the GetFileAttributes
> function.
>
>   Why:    Without the usage of this interface the fd-daemon running
>           under the system account can't read encypted Files because
>           the key needed for the decrytion is missed by them. As a
> result
>           actually encrypted files are not backed up
>           by bacula and also no error is shown while missing these
> files.
>
>   Notes:  ./.
>
>
>
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