Install gnupg on a network drive (win2K)
jeroen at lightyear.be
Wed Feb 11 22:06:41 CET 2004
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Sometimes I feel the need to be able to encrypt files when I'm at
school. It is not necessary that it is a very strong encryption and
symmetric encryption is good enough, it is only to prevent our noob
admins to see the content (they even can't install a wi-fi card, on a
winXP, without the help of students :-s).
At school we use Windows 2000 Pro workstations and every student has a
personal network drive.
So does anyone know if it is possible to install GnuPG on a network
drive (so that it works on every computer in the network without
having to setup every time you're using a different computer?) Or does
anybody has an alternative?
Thx in advance,
~ name="Jeroen Budts"
~ mbox="jeroen at lightyear.be"
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