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Welcome to the iFolder Wiki!!

As already mentioned on the wiki main page, please feel free to join in. You can read anything in here without logging in, but if you feel like commenting on something, or starting a new topic, you'll need to use a Novell Login account (which you'll be prompted to create if you don't already have one). If you are unfamiliar with using Wiki's in general, please visit Novell Wiki or the grandaddy wiki info site www.wiki.org for some background info.

Data Encryption

Q: I'd like to ask why encryption was taken out of iFolder 3.x. I loved the multi-user iFolders, but I work in an institution where research is done on sensitive information. For our faculty to fully use this software, the information would have to be encrypted on the local stores at least in case they put some sensitive information in their iFolder. I can tell them not to, but that won't guarantee they won't leave a patient's medical record on a hard drive in an internet cafe somewhere in China...

A: See 2.17 Storing iFolder 3.x Data Nonencrypted on the Server and 4.4 Migrating User Files from an iFolder 2.1x to a 3.x Server.