Topics: USB flash drive, Flash memory, File system Pages: 7 (1464 words) Published: April 10, 2013



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Table of Contents ______________________________________________________ 2 Introduction ____________________________________________________________ 3 Getting Started ______________________________________________ 4 Adding files or folders into your private vault _______________________ 5 Closing your private vault ______________________________________ 6 Getting Started ______________________________________________ 7 Using Dmailer Online __________________________________________ 8

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Welcome to SanDisk® SecureAccess™! SanDisk SecureAccess is a fast, simple way to store and protect critical and sensitive files on any SanDisk® USB flash drive. Create a private vault and simply drag-and-drop your valuable files inside. Access to your vault is protected by a personal password, and your files are automatically encrypted – so even if you share your SanDisk USB flash drive or it becomes lost or stolen, access to your files are safe. SanDisk SecureAccess software also provides you the added protection of secure online backup with Dmailer Online (*Up to 2GB; registration required. Terms and conditions apply.) When it comes to protecting your private files, you can trust SanDisk®! Supported Operating Systems:  Windows® XP (Service Pack 2 is recommended)  Windows Vista®  Windows® 7  Mac OS® X v10.5+ Required Hardware:  Available USB port  SanDisk USB flash drive

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After connecting your SanDisk® USB flash drive to a computer, double-click the RunSanDiskSecureAccess.exe (executable) file to run the SanDisk® SecureAccess™ software (Fig. 1). (Some computers may require you to open the computer directory to locate connected drive.)

Fig. 1

Getting Started
Setting-up your private vault is simple! 1. Select your preferred language from the drop-down menu (Fig. 2).

Fig. 2 2. Enter a personal password for your private vault. Password must be at least 6 characters and contain numeric and alphabet characters. Enter a hint to help you remember your password. 3. Accept the End-User License Agreement (EULA) Note: Be sure to also check the box next to “Install SanDisk SecureAccess Manager” to complete the set up. SanDisk SecureAccess Manager allows the application to be automatically launched each time you plug in your SanDisk USB drive. You can install/uninstall SanDisk SecureAccess Manager at anytime by right-clicking on the vault icon on your computer desktop and selecting “Install/Uninstall SanDisk SecureAccess Manager”. 4. Click „OK‟ You are now ready to keep your valuable and sensitive files in your new private vault, and protect access to them! (Fig. 3)

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Fig. 3

Adding files or folders into your private vault
There are three easy ways to move files and folders into your private vault.  Click on the file you want to add, and drag and drop it right into the main screen (Fig. 4).

Fig. 4  Add files manually by clicking on the green “+” symbol on the top right of the vault interface, and select files you want to add. You can add more than one at a time (Fig. 5).

Fig. 5

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QUICK START GUIDE  Select the files you want to add into your private folder and drag- them right into the vault icon on your computer screen. The vault door will open as you drop the files inside. A processing icon will confirm your files are being added. Once you see the green check mark, you know your files are now protected in your private vault (Fig. 6).

Fig. 6 A menu for the SanDisk® SecureAccess™ application can be found with a right-mouse click on the vault icon. You can change the behavior of the vault icon whether it should always appear on top of all documents and applications or behind (Fig 7).

Fig. 7 You can also hide the vault icon on your computer screen while the application is running in the background. To have...
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