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Encrypting File System (EFS) is part of the NTFS file system on Windows 2000, Windows XP Professional, and Windows Server 2003. It enables advanced file security by preventing any person or program that doesn't have the appropriate cryptographic key from viewing the data.


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You should keep Encrypting File System (EFS) because it provides file encription function if yuo are using NTFS file system



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Jeff1962
07/14/2014 You should keep Encrypting File System (EFS) because it is a private random key generator that protects your MS files from all but the most sophisticated attacks.
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Anonymous
10/31/2012 You should keep Encrypting File System (EFS) because it provides file encription function if yuo are using NTFS file system
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sonnywall58
10/10/2015 You should keep Encrypting File System (EFS) because this is a needed file.
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