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Security with Onenote

Im using one note on a server and our users primarily use laptops PCs and travel around a lot. what Im wondering is, if there's a away to encrypt the data files , I know theres a way to put passwords on it but.. theres a crack for everything.
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Freya28Commented:
you can encrypt it but if hte pc's OS crashes and you install a new OS,  most probably cannot un encrypt it.,  but you can do it.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/307877
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PowerITCommented:
Yes: enable EFS on the OneNote folder: by default under My Documents (or Documents on Vista) and then the OneNote-notepad folder. I hope I translated the folder name correctly, because I'm on a Dutch version here.
Or use a full disk encryption product on the laptops.

J.
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