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Windows Client Installation and Collaboration

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How to install the Windows Client for CentreStack. It is really easy to connect your Windows users to the team so they can collaborate with other users in CentreStack. This tutorial demonstrates how to set that up.





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Build 9.8.5676 (August 13, 2018)

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What's new in this week's CentreStack Release? Check out the details below...
CentreStack: 9.8.5676.41718  |  Widows Client: 9.8.2580.41706  |  Mac Client: 9.7.41664
On attached local source folder, when delete a folder and recreate it, make sure it is empty on the cloud.Support Read Only logging DB connection string. When logging database has a readonly replica, can define read-only logging connection string, on Cluster Control Panel, Settings, Change Log. It can reduce queries on main logging DB.Use latest JQuery in web File Browser UI.Enhance Sharepoint subsite support.When view public folder, allow user to select multiple files to download.Enhance folder renaming on web portal, when rename a folder to upper case.Enhance web portal UI when link to local folder as sub user.In group policy, Client Settings Manager, add setting 'Disable mount drive (Server Agent Only)'.Enhance server agent when try to sync down file which doesn't exist on cloud anymore. Find out more…

Mac Client Installation and Collaboration

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How to install the Mac Client for CentreStack. It is really easy to connect your Mac users to the team so they can collaborate with Windows users in CentreStack. This tutorial demonstrates how to set that up.



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Folders in CentreStack - Attached vs CIFS

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Migrating your file-server shares to CentreStack can be done in a few ways. When you migrate by Attached Folder method, you get access to the files and you can add collaborators as needed and even restrict access using native CentreStack permissions settings. However, a better way--especially if you have many users and a file server with Active Directory--would be to attach shared folders using the CIFS Share method. This migrates not only the shared files and folders but the associated NTFS permissions connected to that share.



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Sharing with Guest Users in CentreStack

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CentreStack lets every licensed user share files and folders with three guests. So if you have three licensed users in CentreStack you can have nine guest users accessing files and collaborating on projects.



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New Videos - Migrating Users and Shares to the Cloud

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These two videos demonstrate how easy it is to migrate users and shares with permissions to CentreStack.

CentreStack is an enterprise file sync, share and collaboration platform. Collaboration plays a key role in large enterprises and it is very important for admins to migrate users from their file server. In Centrestack, administrators can easily migrate users even when their AD infrastructure server and Centrestack server are on two different networks. Using Centrestack's Server Agent Client on a domain joined machine administrators can select Migrate a User and the user's Credentials from the remote File Server. Once this is done, that new user can log into CentreStack using their Windows AD credentials.



CentreStack is an enterprise file sync, share and collaboration platform. Administrators can migrate an existing file server share along with all the security permissions.



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Delete and Restore - Revert all deleted files in the Web Portal

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This short tutorial covers the basics of delete and restore in the CentreStack Web Portal. It also demonstrates the consistency that is maintained in your cloud drive from the web portal to both Windows 7 and Windows 10 clients.



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