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Creating and Backing Up an EFS Security Certificate in Windows 7

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Select the individual files and folders (or the entire drive) that you would like to associate with the newly created (and backed up) EFS certificate and key. Click Next.

Windows updates your encrypted files and folders with the new certificate and key. This step will take some time depending on the amount of data that is encrypted.

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