What's new in this week's CentreStack Release? Check out the details below...
CentreStack: 10.3.6472.43327| Windows Client: 10.3.2724.43318 | Mac Client: 10.1.42951
When creating a new user, under Team Folders list, we've added the option to Select All, Deselect and Undo Selection for all team folders.When deleting a guest user, you can now delete the user's permission on existing shares.We've enhanced accessing AD user's home drive when it is imported in Centrestack.We've enhanced the Role tab whenever you want to edit a user and refresh the role assignment.When viewing the tenant admin's Storage Usage Details, the user's quota is displayed correctly.'Allow syncing of empty files' only applies to attached folders.We've enhanced accessing Shared files/folders on the web portal when one user who creates a share is deactivated.Make sure the user cannot launch the windows client when the server agent is installed.We've …
What's new in this week's CentreStack Release? Check out the details below... CentreStack: 9.9.5801.41990 | Widows Client: 9.9.2612.42039 | Mac Client: 9.9.42000 (no change) Fix AD user query issue when add user in Team Folder Collaborator and Folder PermissionsEnhance cluster manager web UIEnhance Centrestack security with penetration test and fixesEnhance request file UI from web portal, on IE11Add Audit Trace when public link expiresWhen server agent attaches local folder in web based Management Console, can attach share from local networkEnhance folder listing on server agent published CIFS shareEnhance syncing local file to cloud in windows client/server agentEnhance attached folder scanning, when there are long paths on the sourceEnhance copying file to shared folder in windows client Find out more about CentreStack at www.centrestack.com
Single Sign-On is available using SAML authentication. There are two parties involved in this function. One is the IdP (the identity provider)The other is SP (service provider)
A user will be registered with the identity provider and use the service from service provider. The setup described here will allow the service provider (the Cluster Server) to get access to credentials from the identity provider. In the following example, we use a public IdP (i.e., AzureAD), and the SP will be the Cluster Server. This can also be accomplished with a different IdP provider.
In a multi-tenant Cluster Server deployment each tenant may want to have its own SSO service. Therefore, the Single Sign On is a per-tenant setting.
Step 1: Register the Cluster Server at IdP
Login as the Tenant Admin and navigate to Group Policy > Account & Login > Single Sign On.
IdP will need to register the Cluster Server as a service provider (SP) by importing the SP’s meta data. You will find the Cluster’s me…