This section includes advanced topics which are generally intended for Windows power users and corporate IT managers.
The information included in this reference section is supplemental to the core product. You do not need to review or understand any of this material to use SafeHouse. However, if you are an experienced Windows user or software programmer who likes to see how things work under the hood, you may find some of the material presented here useful and enlightening.
SafeHouse is comprised of several small programs which are seamlessly linked together by the system tray utility which functions as a control center for most of the product's features. Although most people will never have any need to run any of these programs separately, there are circumstances where such might be desirable, which is why we've published a complete set of documentation for all of the smaller utilities and wizards which make up the overall product.
If you are an experienced Windows programmer and have special requirements with regard to how you wish to use SafeHouse, we encourage you to take a look at the programming interfaces we've made available. You can call into SafeHouse from C++, .Net, Visual Basic and numerous other programming languages.
Nearly all of the features available through SafeHouse's standard dialogs can be accessed by custom programming. Your programs can create, open, close, resize and query SafeHouse volumes; all without needing to display any of SafeHouse's visual interfaces.
This section contains advanced topics intended for system administrators and power users who are trying to grab every last ounce of power and flexibility from the SafeHouse software. Most SafeHouse users can safely ignore all of this material.