Encrypt a Session File
You can encrypt 3270, 5250, and Open Systems session documents to protect them against unauthorized changes. Encryption effectively scrambles the data in a session document, helping to prevent unauthorized users from reading and changing the file's contents. For best results, use document encryption in conjunction with the encryption options in the Permissions Manager.
In Reflection, you can easily encrypt sessions by saving them in the Encrypted Session Document format.
Alternatively, you can encrypt documents using a command-line program installed with Reflection, FileEncrypt.exe. With this program, you can also determine whether session documents are encrypted, and if they are, you can decrypt them.
To encrypt a session in Reflection
To encrypt, decrypt, or test sessions using FileEncrypt.exe