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VFS with quotas

Applicable to version(s): **4.x-5.x** The Virtual File System (VFS) introduced in Syncplify.me Server! v4.0 comes with a long-awaited feature: **quota management**. The Windows OS features very powerful yet complicated quota management, but it’s only available in Windows Server editions and requires optional feature…

Using the DiskAES256 encrypted VFS

Applicable to version(s): **4.x-5.x** As of version 4.0, Syncplify.me Server! has introduced storage access via VFS (Virtual File System). This new storage virtualization layer allows an administrator to choose among different ways to access the underlying file system; one of them, that encrypts/decrypts data-at-rest…

How to override permissions on subfolders inside the user’s Home VFS

Applicable to version(s): **5.x** As of version 5.0, Syncplify.me Server! allows overriding permissions on sub- folders that are physically contained inside a user’s Home VFS. Let’s say, for example, that the actual directory structure on the disk is the one you see in the picture here below: ![][1] ![][2] Clearl…

Virtual File System (VFS) and Impersonation

Applicable to version(s): **4.x-5.x** While in old versions of Syncplify.me Server! (v1-v3) impersonation capabilities were limited to either no impersonation at all or impersonating the logged-in Windows/AD user, starting from Syncplify.me Server! v4 range of possibilities has broadened: 1. **None**: this is the …

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