How to set up internal application for Egnyte backup or sync

The support note outlines the process for setting up backup, migration, or sync of Egnyte files with cloudHQ, including registering for API client keys, creating an internal application, contacting Egnyte support to enable the application and set API limits, updating the non-SSO Egnyte password, and authorizing cloudHQ access via the created API keys.

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IT admin: How to invite a user to join your cloudHQ domain

If you are an IT admin, you might want to sync, migrate, or back up your user’s cloud accounts. For example, you might back up your users’ Evernote accounts. Or maybe their Dropbox accounts. Adding a user to your domain will distribute purchased licenses to that user. You can add a cloudHQ user to your cloudHQ […]

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IT Admin: How to install cloudHQ to your Google Workspace (G Suite) domain

As an admin of your Google domain, you have the capability to implement real-time backup, Gmail label sharing, or synchronization across all user accounts in your Google Apps domain by first installing cloudHQ to your Google Workspace. This process includes ensuring you have super admin status, enabling the Google Workspace Administrative API for your domain, and authorizing cloudHQ’s access to your Google Workspace domain by logging out of all other Google accounts and logging in as a super admin.

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IT Admin: How to backup Google Workspace Gmails to Box Business or Box Enterprise

To backup Google Workspace Mail accounts to Box or Box Enterprise managed, you need to create one-way sync pairs like this: Google Mail (bob@acme.com) -> Box (bob@acme.com)/google_backup/bob@acme.com Google Mail (alice@acme.com) -> Box (alice@acme.com)/google_backup/alice@acme.com … The above will create a one-way sync of each corresponding Google Mail account with Box account. The data will be backed up, and […]

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Understanding Google Shared Drives and how to sync them

Google Shared Drives are designed to ensure that a team has a centralized location for files, which are owned by the organization rather than an individual, allowing for ongoing access even as team members change. The main benefits of using Google Shared Drives include file longevity, adaptable accessibility, and options for both streamlined and custom sharing, facilitating collaboration and maintaining file continuity.

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