Configuring Disk(s) Access For Cloud Drive
Note: We no longer accept new sign-ups for Cloud Drive, though it is still supported for existing customers. New customers should use the equivalent service offered via JungleDisk instead.
Configuring Disk(s) Access allows administrators to set certain permissions to an online disk. This can be beneficial for users who just need to Read data from an online disk. Let's take a look at the steps below on how to set this up:
Configuring Disk(s) Access:
1. First thing will do is login into your cloud drive control panel (e.g, http://example.myjungledisk.com). Once you're logged in, select the Sub-Account Management link.
2. At the bottom, select the desired Username to configure any disk(s) access.
3. Next, in the Online Disk Access section, select an Online Disk, the level of Access, and then select the Add button when you're finished.
Note: Read access will allow that sub-account to open files in the online disk, but they will be unable to make changes or delete files in the online disk.
Note: Read/Write access will allow that sub-account to open files in the online disk and will also be able to make changes or delete files in the online disk.
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