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How do I control what users can and can't share documents via Direct Share

asked on April 12

The Admin guide for Direct Share (https://doc.laserfiche.com/laserfiche.documentation/11/administration/en-us/Default.htm#../Subsystems/WAConfiguration/Content/general-services.htm) mentions 

"All users with the appropriate security will now be able to send documents using direct share, and audit direct share information; see the Direct Share page in the Laserfiche User Guide for more information."

How do I control that security. Is this associated with a Right in the Admin Console, or Access Rights in the repository?

Thanks!

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replied on April 12

I guess the documentation doesn't explicitly state it, but the required rights are read on the entry and the export feature right. The former is in the repository and the latter is in the management page (or admin console).

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replied on April 13

Thanks Brian, 

One other quick question, more about the Cloud Hybrid. Is this a normal Cloud repository that the client's can use as a normal repository, or does it only server a function for Direct Share? I'm wondering if I need to get them set up with users and access, of just leave it as is so it can handle direct share.

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replied on April 13

The hybrid integration brings Direct Share functionality to your self-hosted repository. You do not have to also have a Cloud repository.

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replied on April 14

When the hybrid Direct Share is setup does the cloud account require users or just the Direct Share?  I noticed one that was setup the other day that had 20 LF Cloud users.  Are the users required?

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replied on April 14

No Cloud user accounts are required. During configuration you give web client an API key to use. The web client will create the shares on the users' behalf using that key, and they won't interact with Cloud directly at all. And it doesn't matter how those users are authenticated to the web client - any of the supported methods for self-hosted work.

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