Build 9.4.5329 (Apr 16, 2018)

What's new in this week's CentreStack Release? Check out the details below...
CentreStack: 9.4.5329.40983  |  Widows Client: 9.4.2498.40977  |  Mac Client: 9.4.40901
In Versioned Team Folder settings, added new setting "Automatically delete file that has not been changed more than n days". Once set, files on the folder will be purged automatically, when it is older than the number of days defined.On web-based management console, Attached Folders, can stop the syncing for the attached folder. Once the sync is stopped, changes on local and cloud will not be synced anymore. And the cloud folder remains.Enhance DFS support when user's home is on DFS shareEnhance SharePoint settings to be per tenantEnhance windows client 'Open in Web Browser' context menu, to support plus (+) sign in folder nameEnhance share UI on small screenTenant admin can always see "Purge Deleted Items" optionEnhance public link UI when the link expiresEnhance API call jsonaddtea…

Build 9.4.5297 (Apr 10, 2018)

What's new in this week's CentreStack Release? Check out the details below...
CentreStack: 9.4.5297.40915  |  Widows Client: 9.4.2486.40910  |  Mac Client: 9.4.40901

When you open a file in Microsoft Office Online, allow the user to change spelling/grammer check languageSupport multiple document libraries in SharePoint OnlineAdd new Group Policy, 'Do not show Mac Client sync status pop up dialog', under Mac Client Settings, Client Settings. When it is checked, Mac client will not show sync status dialog.Enhance API call RenameTenantTeamFolderEnhance windows AD SSOEnhance Edit Group UI in native Group ManagerEnhance background Task management to query log and delete taskWhen Creation of Guest user is disabled, still allow sharing with Full control to internal usersEnhance server agent to publish a cloud folder as team folder with CIFS enabledWhen 'Enforce password protection' in group policy, Sharing is checked, make sure windows client share enforces password 

Build 9.3.5274 (Apr 02, 2018)

What's new in this week's CentreStack Release? Check out the details below...
CentreStack: 9.3.5274.40873  |  Widows Client: 9.3.2479.40869  |  Mac Client: 9.3.40866

Fixed an exception on storage/avarta.dn on Centrestack serverWeb based management console works even when web portal is disabled for the userEnhanced web portal login performanceEnhanced AD group membership query for proxied AD groupEnhanced folder permission sync for server agent migrated sharesMeaningful error message is displayed when download a big folder in sharingFixed shared file download issue when the file name has some special charactersFixed an error when setting home storage quotaEnhanced windows client login when password expiresEnhanced windows client sharing when enforce password protection is enabledEnable 'Send share password in a separate email' setting in windows client sharingEnhanced file moving in windows client mounted driveEnhanced windows client systray icon on windows 7Enhanced sav…

Build 9.3.5253 (Mar 26, 2018)

What's new in this week's CentreStack Release? Check out the details below...
CentreStack: 9.3.5253.40835  |  Widows Client: 9.3.2474.40835

Support uploading file larger than 1500M when request a fileThis is a new enhancement that makes uploading a large file via web browser more fail-safe so you can upload much larger files than before.Enhance web UI to better support small screenWe tested small screen (1024x768) for the management web browser interface, in the past we assumed that the management web user interface required a larger screen but now we have reduced the requirement so admins can manage from smaller resolution laptops. Enhance UI when create new file on web portalAdd new policy to disable offline access in Role. Users in the role cannot enable offline access.When 'Lock file natively on network shares' in enabled, make sure the native lock in direct migrated folder/share holds when the file remains open in windows clientSupport variable {OrgName} in all ema…

Refined User Subfolder Permissions in CentreStack

Generally when you share a folder to a user, permissions are given to any parent folders, in order for that user to see the folder you are sharing. In a recent update we gave you the ability to share a subfolder several levels deep with a user and limit their permissions to only that folder's contents.

This is very useful if you don't want to create a shared folder that only that user can access.

So, to start, we add two Collaborators from users previously added to this Tenant; in this case they are Alice and Joe. Both of these users are added as collaborators for this folder "FilesforSharing".
To set this up I created three folders, Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3.

Then you go to the Folder Permissions tab and click the small down arrow (1) and choose Level 1; there you add Alice, giving her full permissions. To add a user click the small cross-tools icon on the top-right.

 Then you use the down arrow again (2) to pass Level 2 (Alice's permissions will already be …

Build 9.3.5227 (Mar 19, 2018)

What's new in this week's CentreStack Release? Check out the details below...
CentreStack: 9.3.5227.40764  |  Widows Client: 9.3.2465.40750  |  Mac Client: 9.3.40725
Enhanced web portal to upload files larger than 1500M. Now support syncing files with leading period in the name. To support it, you must add the setting IncludeDotFile=True in Centrestack installation\root\web.config, and restart the client.When the user list is shown in the Dashboard/Team Folder Permission List, we now always sort alphabetically by name.Enhanced active directory (AD) user login with direct AD integration.If Allow Creating Guest User is disabled in the user Role, prevent users from creating guest user when sharing in the Windows Client.When Sharing is not allowed in user Role, prevent users from sharing.Enhanced KeePass support.Disable Folder Permission for Team Folder published from Tenant Home Storage.Allow user to visit subfolders in Team Folder, when the user has access permission, even when t…

System Diagnostic Report Feature in CentreStack

Hi there. I’m Tom Roe, Product Evangelist for CentreStack. And in this video, I want to demonstrate how the new System Diagnostic Report works.

So, from the Cluster Admin Dashboard in the Web Portal, on the right-hand side, click System Diagnostic Report to get started. (Narrative continues below...)

This tool analyzes your installation to ensure that all the parameters are set-up correctly. To get a report on these parameters, simply click the text, “Start System Scan to Generate Report”.
As you can see, this tool quickly assesses your setup parameters and shows you items that need your attention.
Initially we decided to collect the most common settings where issues occur for new users of CentreStack, but in the weeks ahead, we will be adding more items to this list to make you aware of any other issues that may be present.  
That’s it for this video. I hope it was helpful for getting you started in understanding the System Diagnostic Report feature. Please like and share and don’t …