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Managing Permission Groups in Trend Micro SafeSync for Enterprise

    • Updated:
    • 26 Feb 2015
    • Product/Version:
    • Trend Micro SafeSync for Enterprise 2.0
    • Platform:
    • Windows 7 32-bit
    • Windows 7 64-bit
Summary

Use the Permission Groups to define and restrict permissions for using the SafeSync service. There are three permission groups:

  • Security group: Grants the permission to use the SafeSync service.
  • Shareable links: Disables the permission to create new shareable links, and to change or remove existing shareable links.
  • Team folders: Disables the permission to create team folders, and to change or delete existing team folders
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To define the usage permissions, do one of the following methods:

  1. Log on to the SafeSync web console.
  2. Go to Administrator > Active Directory Integration. The Active Directory Integration screen appears.
    Active Directory Integration
  3. Click the Permission Groups tab.
    Permission Groups
  4. Check the default names in the following fields:
    • Security group: safesync-users
    • Shareable links: safesync-no-shareable-links
    • Team folders: safesync-no-team-folders
  5. Create a new group in the Active Directory using the name in the Security group field.
  6. Under the safesync-users security group, create two more groups using the names in the Shareable links and Team folders fields.
  7. Assign Active Directory users and groups to these new groups accordingly.
  1. In the Active Directory, choose three groups for the SafeSync service.

    Example: The administrator chooses groups A, B, and C.

    • Group A: SafeSync users
    • Groups B and C: This group is nested under group A. Users in group B cannot use the shareable link feature, and those in group C cannot use the team folder feature.
  2. Log on to the SafeSync web console.
  3. Go to Administrator > Active Directory Integration. The Active Directory Integration screen appears.
    Active Directory Integration
  4. Click the Permission Groups tab.
     Permission Groups
  5. In the Security group, Shareable links, and Team folders fields, type the names of the three groups accordingly.
  6. Click Save.
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Solution Id:
1061228
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