Installation, maintenance, and removal of Syncplify.me Server! has often been a semi-manual process all the way up to version 5.x (current version at the time this article is being written). Version 6.0 aims to change that. We are streamlining the entire process, making it easier, fail-proof, and much more automatic than the past. Here’s a […]
One feature that our customers have been asking for rather frequently is the ability to deploy Syncplify Server! with a certain degree of automation. It would be nice and useful, in fact, to be able to install the software, configure it, create some VFSs and users (etc…) all with a single command-line. Well, Syncplify Server! […]
We have released version 5.1.23 of our flagship product, Syncplify.me Server!This update features the following improvements: Fixed: bug in WebClient!’s bindings when run on multiple Virtual Sites with non-standard bindings (now all bindings are properly/correctly honored) Thank you.
We have released version 3.1.4 of our automated file transfer client, Syncplify.me AFT!This update features the following improvements: Workaround: uploads now can be completed even when the SFTP server doesn’t accept certain standard file-open flags, this allows to use AFT!, for example, to upload files to S3 via AWS’s quirky S3-SFTP protocol handler. Thank you.
Alright, so you are interested in managing Syncplify Server! V6 (the upcoming version, currently in development at the time this post is being written) via PowerShell. You’re in luck. We have a PowerShell Module for that. But how do you get started? Here’s a bare-bone micro quickstart for you. More will come with the official […]
Another commonly requested feature for WebClient! is the ability to display thumbnails for image/picture files, especially for the most common formats. We’re glad to announce that we have, therefore, included an API in the new WebClient!’s back-end to do exactly that. It currently supports PNG, JPEG, GIF, and TIFF. And, in time, it will be […]
Just a sneak-peek, because a picture is worth a thousand words… We’re pretty excited about how it’s turning out. 🙂
We have released version 5.1.22 of our flagship product, Syncplify.me Server!This update features the following improvements: Fixed: bug that expired the session token of shared files and folders (via WebClient!) too early when the shared object was password protected Improved: WebClient!’s login page now correctly handles POSIX-compliant case-sensitivity Thank you.
Yes, you’re reading this correctly. As part of the new trajectory of our company, we have begun to open source some of the components and modules that are not part of our core intellectual property. One of the first repositories we decided to publish is the PowerShell Module to administer an instance of Syncplify Server! […]
The DiskAES256 virtual file system (VFS) type provided at-rest encryption in Syncplify.me Server! v4.x and v5.x, and served its purpose well for several years, but it got old, and in IT lingo “old” means that it can’t be considered secure anymore. It uses the AES-256 algorithm in a simplified version of the XTS mode, so […]