Complete the following tasks, in the order presented, to install and set up StorageZones Controller, StorageZones for ShareFile Data, and StorageZone Connectors.
Configure NetScaler for StorageZones Controller
You can use NetScaler as a DMZ proxy for StorageZones Controller.
Create a network share for private data storage
StorageZones for ShareFile Data requires a network share for your private data, even if you store ShareFile files in a Windows Azure storage container.
Prepare your server for ShareFile data
IIS and ASP.NET setup is required for StorageZones for ShareFile data and for StorageZone Connectors.
Install StorageZones Controller and create a StorageZone Verify your StorageZones Controller setup Change the default zone for user accounts
By default, existing and newly provisioned user accounts use the ShareFile-managed cloud storage as the default zone.
Specify a proxy server for StorageZones
The StorageZones Controllers console enables you to specify a proxy server for StorageZones Controllers. You can also specify a proxy server using other methods.
Install an SSL certificate
A StorageZones Controller that hosts standard zones requires an SSL certificate. A StorageZones Controller that hosts restricted zones and uses an internal address, does not require an SSL certificate.
Configure the domain controller to trust the StorageZones Controller for delegation
Configure the domain controller to support NTLM or Kerberos authentication on network shares or SharePoint sites.
Join a secondary StorageZones Controller to a StorageZone
To configure a StorageZone for high availability, connect at least two StorageZones Controllers to it.
For a demonstration of configuring StorageZones Controller with Microsoft Azure Storage, watch the following video.
For a demonstration of configuring ShareFile Enterprise to use a Microsoft Azure StorageZone, watch the following video.