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    Default Renaming files

    How do I rename a file once it is encrypted using Video Padlock ?

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    Hi Bob - sorry for the 'slight' delay on responding to this. To Rename the file, you would need to DE-CRYPT it first, rename it, and then re-encrypt it

    I hope this helps
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    Jeff Lenney
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Lenney View Post
    Hi Bob - sorry for the 'slight' delay on responding to this. To Rename the file, you would need to DE-CRYPT it first, rename it, and then re-encrypt it

    I hope this helps
    Where is the "rename" command ?

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    Hi Jeff I think you missed his point as I was also just trying to figure it out. What we mean is when you have encrypted the file a gobble de gook set of letters appear. Well that's all well and fine but when you have loads of encrypted files how do you know which one is the one your looking for? I might be missing something so if there is a way to tag it for future reference then I appreciate the tip. Thank you :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob331 View Post
    Where is the "rename" command ?
    To rename a file, you need to DECRYPT IT - then right click it in windows explorer, and select "rename"..

    This is the standard per all windows files.
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    Oh I figured it out...duh. Sorry lol
    Last edited by pantaydaya; 08-18-2010 at 02:33 AM.

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