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Old 04-24-2004, 07:35 AM   #1
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NFSv4 decrypt in server side?

Hello,I have a question,please help me.
In NFSv4,I don't know the detail of the security.
when I select a security flavor(kerberos or spkm3) and want write a file to server,the client will encrypt the file.
Will the server side decrypt the file?

will the file be privacy in the server?


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