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EFS In Windows Server 2003

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I am looking at implementing EFS into my domain to secure documents used by my executives.I have some knowledge of it but i wanted to make sure to have a good understanding so i can recover files  in situations where users have lost their encryption key. Does anyone have any information i could refer to or useful tips from implementing this before.
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I would setup a CA to implement EFS in a domain. You can use GPO to autoenroll certifcates and set recovery agents etc.
If you are interested in further informations just let me know.

check this:
Ihttp://www.experts-exchange.com/Security/Operating_Systems_Security/Windows/Q_22067774.html
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