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Network File Shares with File and Removable Media Protection
Technical Articles ID:   KB72276
Last Modified:  1/17/2018
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Environment

McAfee File and Removable Media Protection (FRP) 5.0.x, 4.3.x

Microsoft Windows Server Enterprise 2012 + R2 releases
Microsoft Windows Server Enterprise 2008 + R2 releases

NetApp
Novell
FreeBSD Unix
Samba

Summary

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Updated: January 2018

FRP 4.3.x and later
Provides support for encrypting files on Windows Server, NetApp, Samba, and EMC network file shares.

FRP is a client side encryption technology, where files are encrypted before they are transmitted to the network shares, based on predefined policies. So, all the files are encrypted before being transmitted to the network. When files are moved from one encrypted network share (shareA), to another encrypted network share (shareB), through the FRP clients, the files stay encrypted before they are transmitted to the network share (shareB).

Any known issues with Windows ServerSupport for NetApp, Samba, and EMC network file shares, are included in the FRP Known Issues article. For details, see KB81150.

Disclaimer

The content of this article originated in English. If there are differences between the English content and its translation, the English content is always the most accurate. Some of this content has been provided using Machine Translation translated by Microsoft.

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