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ENC File Format

Encoded file (UUENCODEd File, Lotus 1-2-3)

ENC is a file extension for an UUE encoded file format used by the Lotus 1-2-3 spreadsheet program to protect files from unauthorized changes. UUE is a type of binary to text encoding that came from the program UUEncode, which  encoded binary data for transmission across the UUCP mail system.

 

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I do tech support for a living and Today for example an employee called because her laptop with Securedoc and windows to be able to login. Has logged her under the profile of desktop support tech that had fixed and return the laptop this morning.....I remote in and serch under Desktop the *.enc file on her pc and asked her top reboot....The problem was fixed *>*
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I deleted the folder and them reboot
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