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I have an SQL 2008 Server configured as a fail-over cluster an have a requirement to have the database files (mdf/ldf) encrypted. We have tried to use EFS for this but there are a lot of issues doing this and often the file get corrupted and unusable.

Other than using SQL 2008 Enterprise are there any other options you can suggest?

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