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  1. Preface
  2. Introducing Administrator
  3. Organizations
  4. Licenses
  5. Ecosystem single sign-on
  6. SAML single sign-on
  7. Metering
  8. Source control and service upgrade settings
  9. Users and user groups
  10. User roles
  11. Permissions
  12. Runtime environments
  13. Serverless runtime environments
  14. Secure Agent services
  15. Secure Agent installation
  16. Schedules
  17. Bundle management
  18. Event monitoring
  19. File transfer
  20. Troubleshooting

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File server user properties

File server user properties

Configure properties for file server users.

General properties

The following table describes general properties for the user:
Property
Description
Username
User name for the file server user.
Description
Description for the user.
Company name
Name of the company.
Email
The user's email address.
Password Generation
Whether to create a password for the user or enable the system to create a system-generated password.
Passwords must include the following characteristics:
  • Must be at least eight characters long.
  • Must have at least one upper case letter.
  • Must have at least one digit.
  • Must have at least one of the following special characters:
    @ $ ! & * ~ - _

AS2 server properties

The following table describes AS2 server properties for the file server user:
Property
Description
Enable AS2 Protocol
Whether or not the AS2 protocol is enabled.
Disable when you do not want the AS2 server to receive files.
Default is enabled.
Authentication Type
Whether to require a
Password
,
Certificate
,
Both
, or
Either
.
If
Password
is used for authentication, the password generation that you defined in the
General
tab is used.
If
Certificate
is used for authentication, the Client Authentication setting for the AS2 server must be set to Optional or Required.
SHA1 Fingerprint
If
Certificate
,
Both
, or
Either
is used for authentication, enter the SHA1 fingerprint of the partner's certificate. You can copy the SHA1 fingerprint of the certificate from the trust store.
AS2 ID
The AS2 ID of the partner user.
Signature Certificate Alias
Private key alias to use to sign the message. The private key is located in the default private key store.
Default Upload Folder
The location where AS2 files are saved when received. The default location is the default home directory for the user.
If blank, the files are saved to the home directory. For more information, see Global settings.

SFTP server properties

The following table describes SFTP server properties for the file server user:
Property
Description
Enable SFTP Protocol
Whether or not the SFTP protocol is enabled.
Disable when you do not want the SFTP server to send and receive files.
Default is enabled.
Authentication Type
Whether to require a
Password
,
Public Key
,
Both
or
Either
.
If a password is used for authentication, the password generation that you defined in the
General
tab is used.
If a
Public Key
is used for authentication, you must place the key on the Secure Agent.
Public Key Location
Absolute path to the location of the public key on the Secure Agent.
Applies when the
Public Key
,
Both
, or
Either
is used for authentication.

HTTPS server properties

The following table describes HTTPS server properties for the file server user:
Property
Description
Enable HTTPS Protocol
Whether or not the HTTPS protocol is enabled.
Disable when you do not want the HTTPS server to receive files.
Default is enabled.
Authentication Type
Whether to require a
Password
,
Certificate
, or
Either
.
If a password is used for authentication, the password generation that you defined in the
General
tab is used.
If
Certificate
is used for authentication, the Client Authentication setting for the HTTPS server must be set to Optional or Required.
SHA1 Fingerprint
If
Certificate
or
Either
is used for authentication, enter the SHA1 fingerprint of the partner's certificate. You can copy the SHA1 fingerprint of the certificate from the trust store.

Folder permissions properties

By default, a home directory and a user name are created for the user under the default home directory that is defined in the file servers
Global Settings
tab, and the user has all permissions on their home directory. You can edit the user's home directory to be in a different location.
To add permissions to other folders and files, click
Add
and define the permissions.
The following table describes folder permissions properties for the user:
Property
Description
Alias
An alias for the folder or file to which you grant permissions. The alias appears under the
Name
column in the
File Server User
page.
Path
Path to the folder or file to which you grant the user permissions.
Type
Determines whether the permissions are on a folder or on a file.
Folder Permissions
The user's permissions on the folder.
File Permissions
The user's permissions on the file.
Disk Space Restriction
Whether to restrict the disk space that the user can use on the folder, and, if yes, the allowed space on the disk.
Applies to folder permissions.


Updated November 30, 2020