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SQL Encryption on a Active-Passive Cluster

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Hi, my manager wants to implement sql encryption on a active-passive cluster we run. I have no clue as to how to go about this, in terms of, installation, testing (what to look out for), efficiency etc. Any pointers will be very welcome. Thanks.
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Here is the MS paper on the install--pretty simple and straightforward.

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;276553&sd=tech


We're currently running Active/Passive on a 2003 cluster without problems.  You will notice that it IS slower, I can't give you exact numbers, but it's not too bad.  There really isn't a whole lot that you can mess up here--if it doesn't work right, you turn it off :)

Brett
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