HOW TO: Perform the Basic Functions of PGP Desktop 9.x

Article:HOWTO41912  |  Created: 2006-02-17  |  Updated: 2012-02-02  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO41912
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This article provides links to articles on how to perform the basic functions of PGP Desktop 9.x


If you are new to the PGP Desktop 9.x software, it is recommended that you refer to the following articles for assistance in performing the basic functions. These functions include installing and setting up PGP Desktop, managing PGP Keys, setting up email encryption, encrypting files, and encrypting disks. Articles related to use of the PGP Global Directory are also found listed below.

 

Windows

Download and Install PGP Desktop 9.x for Windows

Using the PGP Desktop 9.x Setup Assistant for Windows

Description of PGP Options in PGP Desktop 9.x for Windows

HOW-TO: Create PGP Keys in PGP Desktop 9.x for Windows

Encrypt Email Using PGP Desktop 9.x for Windows

Using the PGP Desktop 9.x AOL Instant Messenger Proxy for Windows

Encrypt or Decrypt Files and Folders Using PGP Desktop 9.x for Windows

Using PGP Whole Disk Encryption

Create PGP Virtual Disks with PGP Desktop 9.x for Windows

Shred Files and Wipe Free Space Using PGP Desktop 9.x for Windows

Encrypt/Decrypt Text Using PGP Desktop 9.x for Windows

 

Macintosh

Download and Install PGP Desktop 9.x for Macintosh

Using the PGP Desktop 9.x Setup Assistant for Macintosh

Configure PGP Miscellaneous Preferences for Macintosh

How To:Create PGP Keys with PGP Desktop 9.x for Macintosh

Encrypt Email with PGP Desktop 9.x for Macintosh

PGP Instant Messenger Proxy for Macintosh

Encrypt Files with PGP Desktop 9.x for Macintosh

HOW-TO: Create a PGP Disk with PGP Desktop 9.0.x for Macintosh

Add/Remove Additional Users in a PGP Disk with PGP Desktop 9.x for Macintosh

How to Change the Properties of Users in a PGP Disk with PGP Desktop 9.x for Macintosh

Advanced PGP Disk Usage with PGP Desktop 9.x for Macintosh

How to Permanently Remove Files Using PGP Shred in PGP Desktop 9.x for Macintosh 

 


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