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How to encrypt SBS 2003 data

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I have a client that is almost paperless and wants to make sure the data on the server is safe, just incase someone were to break-in and take the server. Besides the password, is there anyother way to encrypt the data on the drives so no one could just add the drives a slave and get the data?
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