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A quick blog post to highlight that I participated in an episode of “From End to Edge and Beyond”, recorded during TechEd North America 2012 with Tom Shinder and Yuri Diogenes.
This show is focused on security, so the main focus was on the new SMB Encryption feature in Windows Server 2012 and SMB 3.0. We discussed the feature and even offered a demo on how to configure a share for encryption using both PowerShell and Server Manager.
The episode is now available publicly at http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/video/from-end-to-edge-and-beyond-episode-20.aspx
NOTE: During the interview, I say more than once that we use the session key for encryption. That's actually not entirely accurate. I should have said that we use the session key to derive a key to be used for encryption. I just wanted to set the record straight.