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Looking for screen print encryption software for a financial institution.

A financial institution wants to encrypt their screen prints from Windows 7 workstations.
Is there software out there for that?
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lanman777
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ShizzoCommented:
Windows has an option to encrypt Data. Right click the file -> General Tab --> advanced button at the bpottom and there is a check box you can check to encrypt the file.  What is done with the Files?
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theruckCommented:
do you mean print screen or what prints? you can encrypt any file on the disk with native or third party encryption tools but you need to know whom do you want to deny the access to the file or who will have to work with that file after encrypted
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McKnifeCommented:
Hi.

"encrypt their screen prints" ? What do you mean? What are they trying to protect/prevent?
Are they maybe trying to keep people from doing screenshots of sensitive data?
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