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Step 3. Configure SharePoint & File server(s)

After you have configured Single Sign-On, you can start to enter the workspace. The Welcome wizard will ask you to configure Exchange and SharePoint. If you have Office365/Exchange Online you don't have to configure anything.

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Sometimes your SharePoint URL cannot be detected. In that case, fill it in manually. Afterwards your SharePoint is configured by the wizard. 

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You can do additional configuration on the SharePoint and File server(s). Navigate to Settings -> SharePoint documents. Here you can choose to set your settings for SharePoint. 

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We have the possibility for an Admin to configure the Site availability for automatically retrieved SharePoint sites. Furthermore, an Admin can determine if newly created Team sites automatically become available to the user. 

  • Control site availability can be used to determine which sites are available and not available to users. If control site availability is not enabled, sites are always available to all users who have permissions.
  • If the default availability of a site is set to Available, new sites are automatically available and visible to users. In the Site Overview, you can manually select which sites are not available.
  • If the default availability of a site is set to Not available, new sites are automatically not available to users. In the Site Overview, you can manually select which sites are available.mceclip2.png

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You can also choose to set up file server(s) in combination with SharePoint or as the only document store. Navigate to Settings -> Fileservers. Here you can configure the file server URL. Make sure this file server is accessible via WebDAV SSL.

For more information on how to set up SharePoint and File server(s) click here.

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 You can also configure to use Online Office apps for the file server.

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