Thank you for writing to us and this is to inform you that we don't prefer to install any antivirus on the system.
Antivirus is not what I am concerned about. My question is whether personal health information (PHI) is permanently stored within the SQL database on the computer.
Thank you for writing to us and this is to confirm you, yes, Data folder for the Product located at:
C:Program FilesMicrosoft SQL ServerMSSQLData
(Trying to use small words that Google Translate would not choke on) I understand where the data is located. What I need to know is if the database will permanently hold any information that could be used to identify patients who use Program.
This is to inform you that the Personal information is stored in Permanently in SQL on the Computer.
I got the final response this morning, and was so happy to finally get an answer that implied understanding, I didn't even care than I then had to try and get them to grant me a local admin account so I could install encryption. Luckily a sales guy for Product was here today with a manual, and it turns out the "PHI" is an ID number, MM/YY birthday, and Gender. We're thinking we can just skip encryption all together.
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