decryping/encrypting using run-as script using a system account.
I'm currently testing PGP Netshare on some of our sensetive HR data. For sometime now we have had a process, a script, setup that automatically will take a file from an HR share, process that file and dump it into a SQL database. Now with PGP netshare coming into the scene, I need to automate the encryption and decryption process. I created some batch scripts using the decrypt/encrypt command line. The problem I'm having is with the account that is actiually used to access that data. This run-as script exectutes as a AD service account. This service account really has no rights to the HR folders and is not acually accessing and reading the data though, it's just executing the scripts that tells the system account to process the file. So my questions is, how do I add a system account to the PGP Universal servers users? I already manually added a account as computername$ but obviously I don't have a managed key and the account can't be enrolled in anyway. Is it even possible to add a system account into PGP netshare and can it work with just a unlock command line?