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: On Windows Vista, creating a PGP Zip archive of a folder added to PGP NetShare is not supported. [17058]

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: The PGP Zip Assistant may appear to stop when adding large files. Please allow additional time to create a PGP Zip file when adding large files. [14591]

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When the recipient of a self-decrypting archive (SDA) decrypts it, all dialog boxes that PGP Desktop displays are in English, regardless of what version of PGP Desktop— English, German, or Japanese—was used to create the SDA and regardless of what language your system is currently running. This applies only to the dialog boxes that appear; file names and the content of the SDA are not affected. [7144]

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: To create a PGP Zip SDA on systems running AVG Anti-Virus software, you must be using AVG Anti-Virus version 8.0 or later. If you are using an earlier version of AVG Anti-Virus, disable heuristic analysis in the RESIDENT SHIELD if you want to create PGP Zip SDAs. [16488]

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: If you are using PGP Desktop version 9.9 with a PGP Universal Server that is version 2.6 or older, and you lost your key, you cannot use the "I lost my key" option for reconstructing your key (Tools > I Lost My Key). If you forgot your passphrase, however, the "I forgot my passphrase" option is available. [16305]

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: The RSA SecurID SID800 only supports SHA-1. When generating a key on the RSA SecurID SID800, modify the key properties by clicking the Advanced button, and under Hashes select only SHA-1. If a key has already been generated, get the Key Properties, edit the set of supported Hashes, and select only SHA-1. [14861]

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: GemPlus smart cards only support SHA-1. When generating a key on GemPlus smart cards, modify the key properties by clicking the Advanced button, and under Hashes select only SHA-1. If a key has already been generated, get the Key Properties, edit the set of supported Hashes, and select only SHA-1. [15681, 16603]

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When shredding a folder containing files on Windows Vista, the PGP Shredder shreds the files but does not remove the folder. [12786]

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Shredding small files (under 1 K) on some NTFS-formatted disks can leave remnants of the file behind due to an NTFS optimization that stores file data in internal data structures for very small files. These structures are not considered free space even after deleting a file, and thus they also will not be shredded using PGP Desktop’s Shred Free Space feature. In addition, NTFS supports Journaling, which can save shredded file data in an internal operating system cache. For the highest security shredding on NTFS disks, we recommend starting your system from an OS on a different partition and using PGP Desktop’s option in the Shred Free Space

feature to overwrite these NTFS data structures (the checkbox). This does not affect FAT32 or other supported file systems. [NBN]

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: In order to mount a PGP Virtual Disk that is secured with a personal certificate-based key, note that you should not enter a passphrase when prompted in

the PGP Enter Passphrase dialog box, but instead click

. [14762]

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: NTFS disks created under Windows XP may not be properly handled by Windows Vista. For best results, create NTFS disks in Windows Vista. A future Microsoft update is expected to resolve this Windows issue. [12644]

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