TCP/IP Rules of Conduct for selected Windows Client

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What are the system rules of conduct for the selection of the Windows clients if for some reason you do not want to use Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)? What method should you use to resume data encrypted with Encrypting File System (EFS)?

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TCP/IP Rules of Conduct for selected Windows Client

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To resume to using Encrypted File System instead of the TCP/IP, you will need to install EFS, and then you will make some few customizations to the EFS. First you will need to have the file transfer protocol running on the same machine that you are running the Emacs for the EFS, but then you will find that may be impossible because some of the machines on the network do not have the capability to connect to hosts that are outside the local area network. If that is the case, then you will need to run the file transfer protocol process on a machine that can connect to the gateway host. The EFS have the capability to use the gateway host so that you can be able to access remote sites.

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