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Advanced Encryption Configuration

Follow these steps to enable advanced encryption support:

  1. When Advanced Encryption is enabled, c-treeACE requires a master password at server startup. Run the ctcpvf utility to generate a new master password for use when launching the Advanced Encryption enabled Server. This will generate the file ctsrvr.pvf.

    Note: Developers can use the c-treeACE SDK to replace this prompt with an application-specific method of retrieving the master password.

  2. To enable Advanced Encryption, place the following keyword in the ctsrvr.cfg configuration file prior to launching:

    ADVANCED_ENCRYPTION YES

Important: Advanced Encryption is disabled by default. Any time you change the advanced encryption setting, you should delete the FAIRCOM.FCS file (which contains user and group information) before restarting c-treeACE so user and group information is encrypted for protection, as well. All user and group information must be recreated if the FAIRCOM.FCS file is deleted. Alternatively, ctcv67 can be used with option E to encrypt an existing FAIRCOM.FCS.

See Also

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ctcpvf - Master Password Verification File Utility

ctencrypt - Utility to Change Master Password

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