THE INFORMATION IN THIS ARTICLE APPLIES TO:
Version 8.0.x of EFT leverages GUID PGP keyring files which regenerated as you make changes to the keyring. This mean that you can no longer point to a single keyring reference as you could in previous versions.
- a. In version 8.0.x and above, You should now be able to see a PGP folder in your Server Configuration Settings folder. There will be one folder per site and within that folder you will various revisions of the private and public key rings.
- You will notice that there will be additional keys in the OpenPGP keyring. A key ring will display various version of the key for encryption/decryption, sign, etc.
- Before we take a closer look at the AWE script, let's make sure the logic of our AWE encryption rules is set correctly. In example below, we will use a folder monitor with a condition that triggers on files added to the folder where the extension does not match *.pgp.