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Decrypting the encrypted SPT files in a local disk

    • Updated:
    • 26 Oct 2016
    • Product/Version:
    • SafeSync for Enterprise 3.1
    • SafeSync for Enterprise 3.2
    • Platform:
    • iOS 9.2
Summary

When the end-user sets a folder in SafeSync to be encrypted, all files under the said folder will change to .SPT file. Learn how to decrypt these SPT files.

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To decrypt the file, run the following command in a client under Windows platform:

"C:\Program Files\SafeSync for Enterprise\Shared Protection Extension\SPT.exe" -dec_folder <folderlist>

Below are some sample commands:

  • "C:\Program Files\SafeSync for Enterprise\Shared Protection Extension\SPT.exe" -dec_folder "C:\Temp"
  • "C:\Program Files\SafeSync for Enterprise\Shared Protection Extension\SPT.exe" -dec_folder "C\:Temp|C:\ABC"

Use a pipeline mark ( | ) to separate the folders in the folder list. Once you ran the command, the decrypted files will be found under the folder you specified in the command.

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Solution Id:
1115631
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