A Morro CacheDrive enables users to share files within an office.

To allow your users to access and share files within your office:

Step 1: Create A Share (shares are like folders with permissions)

Step 2: Assign Groups/Users to a Share

Here are some ideas on how to best setup your office:

A typical business has different departments and each has their own security requirements for files.

Accounting (Private to only Accounting)

Finance (Private to Accounting and Finance)

HR (Private to only HR)

Engineering (All)

Design (All)

With a CacheDrive, you simply would set up a share for each department then give that department access to the share.

The easiest way to do this is to first create groups based on the departments of your business, then give each group access to the corresponding share. You can also grant access to individual users as well.

Step 1: Create a Share

For information on how to create a share, reference the article Manage File System.

Step 2: Assign Groups/Users to a Share

Once a share is created, user and group permissions can be set in the Share Manage Panel to allow access to shares.

To open the share manage panel, click on a share in the File System page.

In Share Manage Panel, click on "User" in the left side menu to control User and Group based Share permissions.

In the example above, the share has no Guest Access and default to "No Access". Only group "MarketingIT" has Read-write access and group "Morro" has Read-Only permission.

After the settings for the share permissions, users can connect to the shares. For more information on how to connect to shares, reference the following articles: