What Are Protected Folders?
Using Protected Folders
- Within a protected folder create a new .txt file
- Notice an anchor sign has been added to the file. This means the file is now encrypted with the default access rules.
- Right-click the new file and open with WordPad. Add some content to the file and close.
Right-click and open the file with Notepad. Notice you will not have access to plain text since Notepad is not a whitelisted application.
For more information about whitelisted applications, click here
Configure Onedrive/SharePoint folder as Protected folder on Admin Dashboard.
What are protected folders? Protected folders are locations within the organization where protected content can be consumed. A file will not be consumable when outside of a designated protected folder. Examples include endpoint common user folders, ...
Windows 10 Agent Setup Instructions
Windows 10 Agent Setup Instructions Install Instructions Manual • Double click on DAtAnchorInstallerApp.exe and enter the Domain/Organization name • Once installation is complete, a reboot prompt appears. • Please Reboot to complete the installation. ...
User Permissions in Anchor
This article gives an overview of the permissions that Anchor users have access to. You will learn: What user permissions are. Which permissions users have access to and what they do. User permissions: Actions available for users when following ...
What Are Anchored Files?
This article gives an overview of Anchored files, Anchoring and unAnchoring. You will learn: What Anchored files are. How to Anchor files using Egnyte. How to unAnchor files using Egnyte. How to Anchor files in a protected folder. How to unAnchor ...
Blocking Data Loss Features for Applications
This article explains how Anchor blocks data loss for applications. You will learn: Blocking for sharing. Blocking for exporting. Blocking for transforming. Blocking for printing. When configured, Anchor will actively protect content when accessed ...