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KevinADavis
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Freewheel for Sensitive Material

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12-03-2007 10:58 AM
The project I'm currently working on produces sensitive drawings and is therefore prohibited from transmitting these drawings (in any form) outside of the company (...without encryption and need to know, etc). This creates a problem for our use of Freewheel.

Is there source code available for the production version of Freewheel that we could install on our own in-house web server?

Are there any sort of security policies embedded in the design of Freewheel that may make it a valid exception to our rules?
*Scott Sheppard - Autodesk
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Re: Freewheel for Sensitive Material

12-04-2007 06:57 AM in reply to: KevinADavis
Not at this time. Sorry. I get that question a lot.

http://labs.blogs.com/its_alive_in_the_lab/2007/11/can-we-host-fre.html

wrote in message news:5791055@discussion.autodesk.com...
The project I'm currently working on produces sensitive drawings and is
therefore prohibited from transmitting these drawings (in any form) outside
of the company (...without encryption and need to know, etc). This creates a
problem for our use of Freewheel.

Is there source code available for the production version of Freewheel that
we could install on our own in-house web server?

Are there any sort of security policies embedded in the design of Freewheel
that may make it a valid exception to our rules?
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