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Dencrypting File with different key

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26-10-2017

I have 2 different files coming from 2 different locations with 2 different keys on them.

When attempting to load the data, does anyone know how to specify which key goes with each file.

I know you can pre-process the file in  File Import, but not sure how to specify a key.

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26-10-2017

If using GPG, I believe you don't have anything to do.

The key is referenced in the encrypted files so GPG would known which one to use (see https://superuser.com/questions/920793/how-to-specify-private-key-when-decrypting-a-file-using-gnupg)

Just make sure both keys are available on the Campaign server.

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Yes, but I'm not sure about the passphrase. Not sure you can provide the passphrase as an argument. So far I've always used gpg keys with not passphrase for automation.

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Thanks for the reply

I am using GPG.

So basically I need to send the private key to Adobe to install on the server?

And then when running my gpg --decrypt, reference the passphrase and the filename and it should decrypt the file