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Posted: 01 April 2022 at 9:45am | IP Logged Quote bnoeafk

I'm trying to get my head around how access to various groups works.

I have a number of different customers using Aurora Files and they upload a file to me. In order for me to see it, they need to share it. When they go through the "Share with team mates" they can click in the "email address or name" field and see all users listed within the system, including my other customers users.

Is this where I should set up multi-tenancy? IE, set up each of my customers as a tenant?
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Posted: 04 April 2022 at 12:23am | IP Logged Quote Igor

Yes you're right. By default, there's just one tenant in the system, so users have access to complete list of users on the installation. If you enable multitenancy, create tenants and add users there, the users will only be aware of other users in their tenant. This documentation page is for Aurora Corporate, but the same approach should work for Aurora Files as well.

Bear in mind that multitenancy should be enabled on a fresh installation, prior to creating any users, as admin interface doesn't currently offer any tools to move users between tenants - but you can manipulate IdTenant value in au_core_users to achieve that result, tenants themselves are listed in au_core_tenants table.

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