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Did you ever want to configure file share on Capsule Workspace?

Hi,

Attached below is a step by step guide on how to configure file share on Capsule Workspace:

1. On your Windows Server -> pick the folder you want to share -> Go to the folder -> Share with -> Anyone:

 

 

2. On your Windows Server -> Open SmartConsole R80.10 to login to the Mobile Access Blade Machine -> Go to Security policy -> Mobile Access -> Click on: “Open Mobile Access Policy in SmartDashboard”

3. In the Mobile Access Blade -> Go to applications -> File Shares -> New -> Write the name of the new directory (e.g. SharedFilesDir):

4. On the Mobile Access Blade -> In Authorized locations -> Click Manager -> New -> Host -> Enter the IP address of the Machine 1 – Windows Server -> Click OK:

5. On the Mobile Access Blade ->Go to Link in Portal -> Write the link path (you can use th IP) -> Give it a name that will appear in the CWS application:

 

 

6. On the Mobile Access Blade ->Go to Policy -> Add the directory to the policy:

 

7. On the Mobile Access Blade -> Click OK -> Install Policy

8. On Capsule Workspace Application -> Try to enter the new shared file

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Ivory

Hi,

Thank you for the steps..

 

I believe we will need to specify the exact path to the folder on step 5, else we will get rejected with 'reason: error unknown'.

 

Cheers

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Hi,

Is this allow write to the workspace file share if allow read & write on the Windows share folder ?

Thank you.

 

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To support SMB v2/3, which is needed for most customers who have disabled SMBv1 due to security reasons, R80.40 or R80.30 3.10 is needed.

https://supportcenter.checkpoint.com/supportcenter/portal?eventSubmit_doGoviewsolutiondetails=&solut...

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Hi Norbert,

Read no issue. It just not able to write to the file share.
Is this normal?
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This has nothing to do with what I said.
If it's related to SMBv1 you wouldn't be able to access completely.
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