What's new in this week's CentreStack Release 10.2.6324.43012?

What's new in this week's CentreStack Release? Check out the details below...

CentreStack: 10.2.6324.43012 | Windows Client: 10.1.2691.42993 | Mac Client: 10.1.42951

Major performance enhancementsEnhance SharePoint Online integration, to support folder name with apostropheEnhance share UI from web portalWhen view public folder, do not show folder size as 0Enhance file dashboardEnhance user search when add user in Collaborators and Folder PermissionEnhance folder permission on windows clientEnhance windows client timestamp display when copy file to windows client drive

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Build 10.1.6296.42951 (February 4th, 2019)

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CentreStack: 10.1.6296.42951 | Windows Client: 10.1.2688.42917 | Mac Client: 10.1.42951

Enhance folder sharing on web portal. Can share the folder only, without subfoldersEnhance Sharepoint supportEnhance API call to list GroupEnhance role assignment when edit userIn email templates branding, add button to send testing email to adminEnhance windows client message when it is offlineEnhance System Sync Down task in windows clientEnhance large task handling in Mac clientEnhance Mac client context menuEnhance Mac client to support multiple users login Mac machine simultaneously
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Build 10.1.6242

Happy New Year 2019!CentreStack started the year 2019 with version 10.1. Here is a list of changes:Add setting 'Only allow access performance information from local host' in cluster settings. When enabled, can only access performance info URL on localhost.Enhance 'Open in Web Browser' in windows client context menuIn Group Policy, Web Portal, add Time Zone Offset. It adjusts the time display on web portal.Enhance removing user from Role, in Role tab when Edit UserEnhance token display when Edit UserEnhance file upload on web portal, when use OpenStack as backend storageEnhance folder renaming on root folder

Build 9.9.5900 (October 8, 2018)

What's new in this week's CentreStack Release? Check out the details below...
CentreStack: 9.9.5900.42174 | Widows Client: 9.9.2626.42154 | Mac Client: 9.9.42117 (no change)
Enhance large file upload via web portal, with multiple worker nodesAdd new password change email templateMore security enhancements with penetration test and fixesAdd group policy 'Allow proxied AD user to change native password (Non AD Password)', under 'User Account'. When enabled, proxied AD user can change the Centrestack passwordEnhance tenant storage migration taskAdd Close button for Share Manager, when access it from right information panelEnhance Team Folder notification setting under user's 'Team Folder' tabRemove old javascript files from windows client package Find out more about CentreStack at

Team Folders - Collaborators VS Permissions

When you add a Team Folder to your Tenant, you can add Collaborators from any user source. However, careful attention must be paid to what you add to the Permissions Tab under the Team Folder Settings.

It is normal for there to be no users listed under the "Folder Permissions" tab. All Collaborators will have full access if no one is listed here. Once a user has been added to the permissions settings, any collaborators that aren't in "Permissions" will loose access to the folder. So if any users are there, you must add all the "Collaborators" to the "Folder Permissions" to ensure access.

The following video demonstrates how this works.

Build 9.9.5869 (October 1, 2018)

What's new in this week's CentreStack Release? Check out the details below...
CentreStack: 9.9.5869.42118 | Widows Client: 9.9.2619.42111 | Mac Client: 9.9.42117
Support restore to previous date on team folder, when use Azure blob as back-end storageWhen a user is disabled, stop all the shares/public links from the userAdd new setting 'Purge Device Entry n Days After Device Disconnected' under 'Timeouts and Limits', Settings, Cluster Control Panel. It defines how long CentreStack keeps the device info after it disconnects.Enhance cluster admin dashboard when there are large number of tenantsMore security enhancements with penetration test and fixesFix an issue where empty file might show when upload files to versioned folderEnhance distributed locking when user keeps the file openEnhance delegate cluster admin on managing delegate tenant adminMake sure delegate tenant admin can only access delegated tenantsFix a storage quota display issue when edit a userEnhanc…

Group Policy - Home Folder and Active Directory Users

When adding users from an Active Directory (AD) connection, you can take advantage of the Home Folder setting in a user's AD Profile settings. 
First you must connect your Tenant to their AD. To take advantage of this Home Folder setting, do not add the user to the Tenant before setting up the AD side. Also make sure the Group Policy settings are adjusted before adding as well.

Click "Edit" and enter your Domain Controller or LDAP Server Address (myhost:389). Enter your AD admin credentials. "APPLY" these settings.

Now make sure you have content for this user in a local network location so it can be connected to that user's AD properties.

Now make sure your AD properties for this user are setup to take advantage of the Home Directory option.

In the user's properties choose the Profile tab.

Notice that I have the Profile tab active, and in the Home Folder settings for this user, I've entered a network location of their content (e.g., documents, pict…