Users who do not have Encryption Desktop installed on their machines with File Share Encryption enabled can create files in File Share protected network shares.
This can result in the File Share protected network shares containing a mixture of encrypted and unencrypted files.
Symantec Encryption Desktop 10.5 and above.
File Share Encryption does not affect shared folder security permissions. If a user has the necessary security permissions over a shared folder they can create files within that folder regardless of whether the folder is protected by File Share Encryption.
Broadcom recommends the following:
From time to time it is advisable to audit the files stored in folders protected by File Share Encryption. The pgpnetshare.exe utility can be used to do this:
pgpnetshare -v --verbose z:\share\folder1
Warning: Is unencrypted [z:\share\folder1\confidential.docx]