On 11/7/00 7:52 AM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] thus spake:

>I have a client who wants to secure only some personnel files, but not
>everything, so anyone on the staff can restore their own files should they
>need to. But the secured files could only be restored using a password. It
>sounds like Retrospects security applies to the entire Backup Set or the
>Retrospect application.  Am I right in thinking that to accomplish what they
>need they will need to lock the files before backing up?

If it's a mac running 9, use the built in file encryption. If you want 
tighter security or more features go for PGP or something. Since the main 
issue is the confidential files, you're better off encrypting them 
regardless of retrospect encryption.

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