Select the “Encrypt contents to secure data” checkbox and click on the “OK” button. You need to confirm the attribute changes. Simply select the “Apply changes to this folder, subfolders, and files” radio button, and click on the “OK” button. Nowadays, in order to ensure the security and privacy of data and files, more and more computer users would like to encrypt the files and data. But some computer users complain that they have met the issue encrypt contents to secure data greyed out when encrypting a file, as shown in the following picture.
Encrypt Contents To Secure Data Greyed Out Windows
The user JPM2013 had a question regarding the data encryption between Outlook and the Exchange Server in the backend of Office 365. He observed that a mailbox profile setting called ' Encrypt data between Microsoft Office Outlook and Microsoft Exchange' was not enabkled by default and one cannot configure this option because it is greyed out.I can confirm the traffic between Outlook and Exchange Online in Office 365 is encrypted regardless of the ' Encrypt data between Microsoft Office Outlook and Microsoft Exchange' setting.In the early Exchange days Outlook was communicating directly with the server using MAPI/RPC. This communication was unencrypted by default in the past. Starting with Microsoft Outlook 2007 the MAPI/RPC encryption was enforced by enabling the setting ' Encrypt data between Microsoft Office Outlook and Microsoft Exchange' by default.However, the default Microsoft Outlook 2003 (and former versions) configuration did not have this option enabled. If one uses the Set-MailboxServer cmdlet on an Exchange 2007 server (and later versions) to force encrypted MAPI/RPC connections on users mailboxes, and the ' Encrypt data between Microsoft Office Outlook and Microsoft Exchange' setting is turned off in Outlook, users cannot connect to their mailbox successfully.
Please read Microsoft Knowledge Base article and for more information.All this changed with the arrival of the remote procedure call (RPC) over HTTPS feature in Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 (now called. Exchange Server 2003 (and later versions) together with Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 (and later versions) and Microsoft Windows Server 2003 (and later versions) support the use of RPC over HTTPS to access servers that are running Exchange Server. By using RPC over HTTPS, users no longer have to use a virtual private network (VPN) connection or the ' Encrypt data between Microsoft Office Outlook and Microsoft Exchange' setting to connect securely to Exchange mailboxes.
Efs In Windows 10 Is Greyed Out
Adobe quite imposing. Note: You can only use EFS Encryption on Windows 10 Pro, Enterprise, & Education editions. Method 1: Fix Encrypt Contents To Secure Data Grayed Out using Registry1.Press Windows Key + R then type regedit and hit Enter to open Registry Editor.2.Navigate to the following registry location:HKEYLOCALMACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetControlFileSystem3.Make sure to select FileSystem then in right window pane double-click on NtfsDisableEncryption DWORD.4.You will find that the value of the NtfsDisableEncryption DWORD would be set to 1.