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April 13, 2012

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Dana Epp

Great post Brent. One thing to consider is that when running AAPVBackup, you should do so from a protected directory where file auditing is enabled. This way, not only will you consider encrypting it with EFS and storing it on a encrypted disk (like maybe a Bitlocker defended partition???) you can monitor who DOES touch the file to begin with.

If anyone is interested in knowing how to do that, check out Episode 103 of Beyond the Data where we discussed File Access Auditing and how to enable it. You can watch that and other episodes at http://www.beyondthedata.tv.

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