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We're on CRM 2016 on-premise version. We have a certain custom field that we need to encrypt on the database level. This way nobody can break into our database and query that sensitive information.
Is there a OOB way to achieve this? I read about Field-level data encryption doc in here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics365/customerengagement/on-premises/developer/field-level-data-encryption?view=op-9-0However it looks like this Field-level data encryption is only available for certain out of the box entities like EmailServerProfile and Mailbox - is that correct?
Is there a way to encrypt a custom field on the Account entity, for example?
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