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Dencrypting File with different key

derrickr8850025
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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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Philippe_Ferdin
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Employee
Employee

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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Philippe_Ferdin
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Employee
Employee

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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derrickr8850025
Level 2
Level 2

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

Philippe_Ferdin
Employee
Employee

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.