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Folders view


Folders view allows to overview and control folders managed by the Management Server.

  1. “All” status shows all folders.
  2. “Groups” allows to filter folders belonging to different groups. Note that since the same folder may be reused by different groups, the total amount of folders in groups may not match the “All” value.
  3. “Add” button allows to add a new folder as well as assign it to certain groups with desired permissions
  4. “Details” button shows the list of clients with access to this folder.
  5. “Edit” button allows to change folder description and change groups assignment and permissions
  6. “Remove” button removes the folder from the management server. The folder will also be removed from all clients or deleted, depending on the profile setting “Keep folder data”
  7. The list of folders is self-descriptive. The set of columns can be changed by right-clicking the table caption.
  8. Search box. Allows to find folders by their name.



Adding new and editing existing folder

  1. Folder name. Can be any, although it is advised to avoid characters unaccepted by your clients OS (for example, Windows does not allow “*”, “:”, “?” in filenames).
  2. Secret is generated randomly when you open the “Add folder” dialog. It is strongly unrecommended to use a non-random secret.
  3. Folder description, can contain any text.
  4. Regenerate secret button. Generates a new random secret.
  5. Opens a dialog to assign a new folder to certain groups and set permissions

Note that you can’t edit folder name and secret later with the “Edit” button.

  1. Filter folder list. Allowed filters are
    All: shows all groups
    Checked: shows only groups that have this folder
    Unchecked: only shows groups which do not have this folder
  2. Permissions. Only available when you choose one group in the list below. Allows to change permission between read-only and read-write for the selected group.
  3. Path. Only available when you choose one group in the list below. Allows to change folder location for each OS using full path or path macro.
  4. List of groups with their access and permission level for current folder. Note that if a group is unchecked, it has no access to the folder and permission level does not matter.