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Calisson

I am responding to an email I received today, but this answer now might appear out of sequence.

 

Hello, what happens when I try to encrypt the file in its native folder is literally *nothing,* unless I have not logged in, and then I am asked for my password. So I enter my password, and it is accepted. Normally I then right click on the file, choose Axcrypt>encrypt. For a few seconds the file gets an extra suffix, *.tmp, and then that changes to *.axx.  When the file is in the native location, neither of these last two steps happens. Nothing changes. I receive no error messages of any kind. When I move the file to my desktop, it all proceeds as it should, as I just described.

On Jul 31, 2018, at 5:04 PM, AxCrypt – File Security Made Easy <noreply@axcrypt.net> wrote:

 

Svante wrote:

Hello Calisson,

Thank you very much for that information! We’ve logged a bug for that here https://bitbucket.org/axantum/axcrypt-net/issues/427/cant-encrypt-sql-server-backups-in .

Some follow-up question. Just exactly how does not work in the original location? I know you write at the top about connection refused etc, but I really don’t think that’s what’s happening.

Can you describe just what happens when you try to encrypt the file in it’s original location?

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