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hi,
i have a quick question. what kind of standard sql 2008 has for the data encryption at rest?  thx
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FIPS 140-2

i am trying to find out if any of this DES, TRIPLE_DES, RC2, RC4, RC4_128, DESX, AES_128, AES_192, and AES_256 is part of FIPS 140-2      
i cannot find the info   thx
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