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Windows 2000 Pro encryption

Posted on 2004-11-27
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Last Modified: 2010-04-14
Hi i would like to know

What kind of encryption does windows 2000 Pro use by default and an the user set another one?
e.g. like the size of the key length and can it be changed and what type of encryption DES etc

Thank you in advance
Question by:unknown_786
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Wayne Barron earned 150 total points
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Encryption is for IE "56bit"
You must install the Encryption Pack or SP
In order to get the Encryption up to 128bit


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