Here’s a weird little bug I caught in the wild while deploying XenMobile Enterprise. While browsing NTFS shares, published as connectors in the ShareFile Mobile clients, or the ShareFile desktop application for windows, all the directories in the directory you are currently browsing will have their “Last Modified” timestamp updated as below: Continue reading
Just a quick drop and run post. While working with a particularly secure environment, many facets of ShareFile’s plugins would either not work, or certain features would not work.
Trying to find which Domain’s and URL’s were being used and called in order to categorise them was a royal pain in the ass inside of a secure virtual desktop, so here’s the list below if you’re facing the same task:
- <yourdomain>.sharefile.com (or .eu)
- secure.sf-api.com (and/or .eu)
- <yourdomain>.sf-api.com (and/or.eu)
if you want a sweeping statement, just whitelist sf-api.com and sf-api.eu.
Note, if you want full compatibility with all IE versions, also stick the domains in trusted sites.
* The external DNS name of your storage zone controller
While working with a customer recently on a sharefile implementation, I set about creating a SAML / Active Directory single sign on deployment. Configuring ADFS and SAML were complete unknowns to me so I set about documenting the process end to end for future reference.
The end result of this activity will allow you to login to sharefile using a native account (think Guest) or an active directory account (think internal user).