ShareFile is a
cloud-based file sharing service. The service provides a custom-branded,
password-protected space where users can easily and securely exchange their
data and documents.
users to send large files by email, securely handle file transfers to third
parties, and access a collaboration space from desktops or mobile devices.
ShareFile provides users with a variety of ways to work, including a Web-based
interface, desktop tools, and integration with Microsoft Outlook.
When you configure
ShareFile in App Controller, you configure settings to connect to the ShareFile
account and administrator service account for user account management. Then,
you can connect to ShareFile from the App Controller management console to
configure administrator settings.
supports ShareFile StorageZones, which extend the ShareFile Software as a
Service (SaaS) cloud storage by providing your ShareFile account with private
data storage. ShareFile StorageZones also provides users with secure access to
SharePoint sites and network file shares through StorageZone Connectors. For
more information about ShareFile StorageZones, see the
documentation in eDocs.
Users connect to
their documents and files by using the ShareFile application. To allow user
access, you must configure the ShareFile application in App Controller.
The following steps
enable user access to ShareFile:
When you configure
ShareFile application in App Controller, you can configure the following:
If you have not
created one or more roles in App Controller, when you configure ShareFile, you
Assigned. After you create roles, you can add the role to the
Important: The role you select should contain the same number of members
for which you obtain licenses. For example, if you have 100 licenses, the role
should contain the same amount of users. If you use the AllUsers role, which
might have more Active Directory accounts than licenses, synchronizing accounts
in ShareFile and App Controller might fail. If you previously selected the
AllUsers role or a role with too many Active Directory accounts, you must
manually remove the role from ShareFile and then add the new role.
in App Controller
- In the App
Controller management console, click the
& Docs tab.
- In the details
pane, next to
ShareFile Configuration, click
Domain, enter your Sharefile domain name, such as
enter the full domain name for Sharefile, such as mysharefile.sharefile.com.
Assigned role, select the role to which you want to
select a role. Citrix recommends that you do not use the AllUsers role for
ShareFile. For more information, see
Service Account for Provisioning, configure the
following settings for user account management:
User name, type the email address of the ShareFile
service account is the ShareFile administrator account.
Password, type the password of the ShareFile service
configure ShareFile settings in App Controller, you can then configure settings
on the ShareFile server by connecting to the ShareFile administrative account.
These settings include:
information about configuring these settings, see the
Configuration link only appears after you configure ShareFile in
the App Controller management console.