[unisog] - data tool

Alex Keller alkeller at sfsu.edu
Sat May 9 05:25:24 GMT 2009

you can define NTFS perms on Windows so that the administrator doesn't
have access. of course this would break most automated backup
scenarios and the admin could always take ownership of the
files/folders and then reset the perms.

maybe take a look at Axcrypt:

multiple access on a file may be an issue, never tested.

on a tangent, Keypass is really slick of password management:


Christoph Sprongl wrote:
> Hi,
> looking for a tool either encryption or good ACLs unfortunatly for a
> Microsoft env., to make sure that only a specific group can share
> documents.
> Objective is that a sysadmin is really not able to look into the data.
> TrueCrypt encrypts containers, only one person can access the data.
>  FreeOTFE does have problems if data got accessed parallel -> data corrupt.
> Any ideas more than welcome!
> christoph
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Alex Keller
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