Antigen 9.0 for Exchange with Service Pack 1 uses CryptoAPI to encrypt data in cluster environments and in stand-alone environments

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SYMPTOMS

Antigen 9.0 for Exchange with Service Pack 1 uses CryptoAPI instead of the original Data Protection API (DPAPI) to encrypt data in cluster environments and in stand-alone environments. This problem occurs after you install Hotfix Rollup 2 for Microsoft Antigen 9.0 for Exchange with SP1.

RESOLUTION

To resolve this issue, install Hotfix Rollup 3 for Antigen 9.0 for Exchange with SP1.

For more information about how to obtain and install Hotfix Rollup 3 for Antigen 9.0 for Exchange Service Pack 1, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
950791 Description of Hotfix Rollup 3 for Antigen 9.0 for Exchange Service Pack 1
Note Before you install Hotfix Rollup 3 for Antigen 9.0 for Exchange with SP1, you must have Antigen 9.0 for Exchange with Service Pack 1 installed.

MORE INFORMATION

In cluster environments, CryptoAPI encryption supports the replication of the proxy password and the replication of the universal naming convention (UNC) password. Therefore, CryptoAPI should be used only in cluster environments. The original DPAPI should be used in stand-alone environments.

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Article ID: 952668 - Last Review: June 13, 2008 - Revision: 1.0
APPLIES TO
  • Microsoft Antigen for Exchange Service Pack 1
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