Quick Question for my sanity

Discussion in 'General Microsoft Certifications' started by MrNice, May 16, 2005.

  1. MrNice

    MrNice Kilobyte Poster

    I NEED to confirm I am getting this one right, any input most gratefully recieved.
    My XP computer has two partitions; C & D. The C partition is formatted with FAT32 and has 1 Gb of free disk space. The D partition is formatted NTFS and has 250MB of free space. You need to copy the financial folder from a file server to your computer. The folder contains 150MB of sensitive data. You must secure the files on your computer, which of the following actions.

    a.Copy financial to D and encrypt its contents
    b.Copy financial to C and encrypt its contents
    c.Request financial be encrypted on a file server then copy to C
    d.Copy financial to C, then convert the folder to NTFS

    I say A is the only answer, Fat32 dont support encryption. I rule out D as you cant format a FOLDER with NTFS, only the whole drive, and you would lose the encryption by moving it to a FAT32 drive.
  2. Modey

    Modey Terabyte Poster

    Your answer sounds right to me, as does your reasoning.
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  3. Pablo1888

    Pablo1888 Byte Poster

    Spot on!:)
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  4. michael78

    michael78 Terabyte Poster

    A is the right answer as FAT32 doesn't support encryption
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