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Microsoft EFS and Coldfusion File Uploads

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Aug 19, 2014

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Hi all,

This is on Windows server 2008 R2, IIS 7.5 and Coldfusion 10 or 11.  I have Coldfusion running under a local user on the machine and that works fine.  I am trying to encrypt some folders using Microsoft EFS.  I create the certificate for the user that runs Coldfusion and encrypt a folder.  When I upload a file through Coldfusion to that folder, the file is not encrypted.  If I login as the Coldfusion user on that machine and copy a file to the encrypted folder it does encrypt.  For some reason when the file is placed there by Coldfusion, Windows is not recognizing that the file should be encrypted.

First, has anyone else encountered this kind of behavior?  Second, if not, could someone please try to confirm this behavior.  If someone else encounters it I will log it as a bug.

Thanks!

Jim

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Microsoft EFS and Coldfusion File Uploads

Community Beginner ,
Aug 19, 2014

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Hi all,

This is on Windows server 2008 R2, IIS 7.5 and Coldfusion 10 or 11.  I have Coldfusion running under a local user on the machine and that works fine.  I am trying to encrypt some folders using Microsoft EFS.  I create the certificate for the user that runs Coldfusion and encrypt a folder.  When I upload a file through Coldfusion to that folder, the file is not encrypted.  If I login as the Coldfusion user on that machine and copy a file to the encrypted folder it does encrypt.  For some reason when the file is placed there by Coldfusion, Windows is not recognizing that the file should be encrypted.

First, has anyone else encountered this kind of behavior?  Second, if not, could someone please try to confirm this behavior.  If someone else encounters it I will log it as a bug.

Thanks!

Jim

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