||Users obtain and open ShareFile Worx clients from Worx Home.
||Users obtain ShareFile mobile clients from app stores.
||You can configure XenMobile as a SAML IdP for ShareFile.
In this configuration, Worx Home obtains a SAML token for the ShareFile Worx client, using XenMobile as the SAML IdP.
A user who starts the ShareFile Worx client, but is not signed on to Worx Home is prompted to sign on to Worx Home. The user does not have to know their ShareFile domain or account information.
|You can configure XenMobile and NetScaler Gateway as a SAML IdP for ShareFile.
In this configuration, a user logging on to ShareFile using a web browser or other ShareFile clients is redirected to the XenMobile environment for user authentication. After successful authentication by XenMobile, the user receives a SAML token that is valid for logon to their ShareFile account.
||Remote users can connect using a VPN or micro VPN connection through NetScaler Gateway to access apps and desktops in the internal network. This feature, available through NetScaler integration with XenMobile, is transparent to users.
||NetScaler integration with XenMobile also supports authentication using a combination of client certificate authentication and another authentication type, such as LDAP or RADIUS.
||Determined by ShareFile.
|Document access protection
||Users can open attachments received in WorxMail or downloaded by any MDX-wrapped app. Only MDX-wrapped apps appear when the user performs an Open In action. Data that is from a non-wrapped app is not available to a ShareFile Worx client.
WorxMail users can attach files from their ShareFile repository without needing to download the file to the device.
If a user has wrapped ShareFile and unwrapped ShareFile on a device, the wrapped ShareFile client cannot access files in the user's personal ShareFile account. The wrapped ShareFile client can access only the ShareFile subdomain configured in XenMobile.
|Users can open attachments from any app.
|ShareFile account access
||To access a personal ShareFile account or a third-party ShareFile account, users must use a non-MDX version of ShareFile on the device.
||Available from ShareFile clients.
||Both XenMobile and ShareFile device policies apply to ShareFile Worx clients. For example, from the XenMobile console, you can perform a device wipe. From the ShareFile console, you can remotely wipe the ShareFile app.
||MDX policies let you configure settings that the Worx Store enforces. Policies available only through MDX include the ability to block the camera, mic, email compose, screen capture, and clipboard cut, copy, and paste operations.
||Encrypts all stored data using AES-256 and protects data in transit with SSL 3.0 and a minimum of 128-bit encryption.
|Encrypts all stored data using AES-256 and protects data in transit with SSL 3.0 and a minimum of 128-bit encryption.
||ShareFile Worx clients are included with XenMobile Advanced and Enterprise editions.
||All XenMobile editions include all ShareFile Enterprise features.