Microsoft has pulled the "private folders" feature that would allow users to encrypt the contents of certain hard drive directories.
The feature was introduced as a free download on 6 July but late last week was removed from the Microsoft website.
It turns out that Microsoft hadn't given any thought to the application's regulatory and IT management implications. Enterprises weren't overly excited about the idea of having encrypted data sitting on their computers – they would be unable to access the data and would have to face pass word reset requests from users.
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