SafeGuard LAN Crypt Administration - Why does the Keyname get a prefix, and where does it come from?

  • Article ID: 107120
  • Updated: 17 Oct 2014

Product
SafeGuard LAN Crypt administration v.3.61 and above.

Client OS
All supported operating system

Question
Why does the Keyname get a prefix, and where does it come from?

Answer
The original Keyname will always get the prefix of the Region where it was created.

For example:

A Security Officer from the Europe Region creates a Key named Germany. Then the keyname will be EUGermany.






For the sake of clarity we recommend that the name of the user group is part of the key name. As SafeGuard LAN Crypt can also sort keys, the names you define are especially important.

SafeGuard LAN Crypt uses the specified key names to generate a 16-character long key name for internal use. It attaches the prefix for the appropriate region to the start of this key name.

 
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