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Symantec Encryption Desktop - Schedule directory scans and decryption

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Hi,

I have server 2011 running Symantec's Encryption desktop.  We receive many files that are PGP encrypted and I would like to know if there is a solution to detect when a file is received and automatically decrypt it and move it to a new location on the server.  Thanks,

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I was thinking it is more applicable to PGP Commandline instead of the GUI version. Note PGP Desktop does not include a command line tool that can decrypt PGP files

there is a small example such that settle the keyring then thereafter that maybe can schedule to decrypt the files in specific folder in periodic fashion...
http://www.symantec.com/connect/forums/not-able-decrypt-file-using-pgp-command-line-software

also discussion on "Best Methods to Script PGP CL and schedule automatic Runs" but it did not share out the script though but shed third party (http://www.cryptosoft.com/) to automate still using this commandline
http://forum.support.veritas.com/connect/zh-hant/forums/best-methods-script-pgp-cl-and-schedule-automatic-runs

user guide
http://www.symantec.com/business/support/resources/sites/BUSINESS/content/live/DOCUMENTATION/3000/DOC3733/en_US/pgpCommandLine_960_usersguide_en.pdf
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