A system administrator has been asked to protect the sensitive data on the Windows 7 computers of all management employees. Which Windows feature can be used to selectively encrypt individual files within the user accounts of each manager?​

A system administrator has been asked to protect the sensitive data on the Windows 7 computers of all management employees. Which Windows feature can be used to selectively encrypt individual files within the user accounts of each manager?​

  • BitLocker
  • EFS
  • TPM
  • Windows Update
    Explanation:

    Encrypting File System (EFS) is a Windows feature that can be used to encrypt files and folders linked to a specific user account. BitLocker is a Windows feature that can be used to encrypt the entire hard drive volume. TPM is a specialized chip on the motherboard that stores information specific to the computer system such as encryption keys, digital certificates, and passwords. Windows Update is used to update the operating system, not to encrypt data.