Starting v4.6 you can securely synchronize files belonging to one or more projects with multiple users.
Synchronize files for a single project between multiple users
Users can be within your LAN or across the Internet
Assign read/write or read-only access to users
Every user will have a local copy of every file, allowing them to work even without Internet,
such as on an airplane
Changes made by one user are replicated within minutes to everyone
100% secure - no third party will ever see your files
Optionally, encrypt files for additional security
No extra cost - bundled with Syncrify Client
Creating New Project
Ensure you're using v4.6 or higher
Click Manage Projects after logging in as admin
Specify a Folder Name and Path where files are stored on Syncrify Server. Use a folder name that represents
the project name
Optionally, click Encryption. If this option is checked, you MUST push files from client's machine. You will not be able to read/write
files from Syncrify Server's end if this option is checked. We recommend NOT using this option if Syncrify Server is completely under your control.
Assign one or more users who will have access to your newly created project.
How It Works
Shared projects use the same interface that is used by SyncriBox. Therefore,
you will have to install SyncriBox in order to use Shared Project feature in Syncrify.
Once access to a project is granted to a user, it will automatically appear in the interface
Double-clicking the path in the list box will open Windows File Manager (Finder on Mac)
Files saved in the Shared Project folder will automatically synchronize with users
who have been granted permission for this project
Comparison with SyncriBox
Although both features share the same interface, they accomplish different tasks.
SyncriBox is designed to synchronize multiple machines belonging to the same user. For example,
synchronizing the Documents folder between a laptop, a desktop and a Mac belonging to the same
Shared Project, on the other hand, is a mechanism to share files between multiple users who want to
share documents belonging to the same project. Certain users can be restricted to read-only access.