SekChek Classic: Encrypting the Scan file

After you have run a Scan, you must transfer the Scan file(s) to a PC that has the SekChek Classic software installed and encrypt the files with SekChek’s public key.

ImportantSekChek for AS/400 and UNIX: The encryption process prompts for report processing options.


To encrypt your Scan file

From the SekChek Classic software on your PC: select the tab for the appropriate SekChek tool; click Encrypt. You can also drag the Scan file onto SekChek’s main form.

Select the SekChek tool, click Encrypt

Select the Scan file

Select the Scan file, click Encrypt

ImportantScan file naming conventions

  • AS/400. PROFBAS.txt, SYSVALS.txt and the optional (5) files: ANZDFTPWD.txt, PGMADP.txt, OBJAUT.txt, SRVTBLE.txt, SEKLOG.txt. Ensure all files have txt file extensions!
  • Active Directory. SEK2KF.zip. SekChek also accepts extended filenames (e.g. SEK2KF MyName 20070316.ZIP). However, the filename must begin with SEK2KF.
  • Windows Server. SEKNTF.zip. SekChek also accepts extended filenames (e.g. SEKNTF MyName 20070316.ZIP). However, the filename must begin with SEKNTF.
  • UNIX. SEKUNF.Z. SekChek also accepts extended filenames (e.g. SEKUNF MyName 20070316.Z). However, the filename must begin with SEKUNF.
  • Netware. SEKNEF.zip. SekChek will also recognise extended filenames (e.g. SEKNEF MyName 20070316.ZIP). However, the filename must begin with SEKNEF.

Enter your report processing options (AS/400 and UNIX only)

Enter your processing options, click OK

Click OK... SekChek will prompt to email your encrypted Scan file for processing over a TLS encrypted channel.




Additional Resources...

How to run a SekChek Scan:

How to decrypt your report package

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