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Use the Trusted for Delegation Option Sparingly

It can be convenient to permit encrypting files on servers, but this requires a Trusted for Delegation setting that makes the server vulnerable to Trojan horse attacks. Keep tight physical and network security on servers that are trusted for delegation.

In addition, trainAbility recommends that you never designate a desktop as Trusted for Delegation. If users want to access encrypted files on their personal machines from home across a VPN, then you can deploy a secure remote control utility.

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