I have a D: drive on a web application server that has the database and file storage on the D: drive. Customer requires files and sql data at rest be encrypted.
I have tried Truecrypt and it is unacceptable due to not being able to establish quota checks on the encrypted drive. Bit locker is not recommended for VMs due to not being able to put the encryption key on a usb drive.
Any ideas on how to encrypt this drive and still be able to replicate to DR site and have quotas established to watch for the disk filling up? 2008 server running MS SQL 2008.
First: Bitlocker can very well use virtual floppies (.flp files) to provide an encryption key on startup of the machine (whole virtual machine is encrypted). To make this a useful idea, put the .flp file
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