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 # Cloud Drive for Windows # Cloud Drive for Windows
-//Last update: ​July 14, 2020 (version 12.5.30)//+//Last update: ​Oct. 9, 2020 (version 12.10.1.0)//
  
 Cloud Drive is included with the [[:​windowstools]]. ​ Cloud Drive is included with the [[:​windowstools]]. ​
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 Users can browse and open remote files with their favorite desktop applications including Microsoft Office. The drive includes a local cache and upload manager for performance. It is accessible from the command prompt and can be used in scripts. Users can browse and open remote files with their favorite desktop applications including Microsoft Office. The drive includes a local cache and upload manager for performance. It is accessible from the command prompt and can be used in scripts.
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 {{ :​windowstools:​clouddrive:​cloud-drive-explorer.png?​600 |}} {{ :​windowstools:​clouddrive:​cloud-drive-explorer.png?​600 |}}
  
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 After the Enterprise File Fabric App Suite has installed the Cloud Drive a //Select Additional Tasks// dialog is shown. ​ After the Enterprise File Fabric App Suite has installed the Cloud Drive a //Select Additional Tasks// dialog is shown. ​
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 {{ :​windowstools:​clouddrive:​cloud-apps-install.png?​nolink&​600 |}} {{ :​windowstools:​clouddrive:​cloud-apps-install.png?​nolink&​600 |}}
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 These options are only available via the installer (which can be run multiple times) These options are only available via the installer (which can be run multiple times)
  
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 {{ :​windowstools:​clouddrive:​cloud-drive-settings.png?​300 |}} {{ :​windowstools:​clouddrive:​cloud-drive-settings.png?​300 |}}
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 ### Folders, Files and the Cache ### Folders, Files and the Cache
  
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 {{ :​windowstools:​clouddrive:​cloud-drive-explorer-icons.png?​nolink&​700 |}} {{ :​windowstools:​clouddrive:​cloud-drive-explorer-icons.png?​nolink&​700 |}}
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 Note: Your organization may have pre-configured several drive letters each with unique views into the File Fabric. For more information see [[:​packagers/​windows#​cloud_drive|Cloud Drive Packaging]]. Note: Your organization may have pre-configured several drive letters each with unique views into the File Fabric. For more information see [[:​packagers/​windows#​cloud_drive|Cloud Drive Packaging]].
  
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 Open the drive in the File Explorer by clicking on the SME icon in the task bar. Open the drive in the File Explorer by clicking on the SME icon in the task bar.
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 {{ :​windowstools:​clouddrive:​cloud-drive-taskbar-icon.png?​nolink&​250 |}} {{ :​windowstools:​clouddrive:​cloud-drive-taskbar-icon.png?​nolink&​250 |}}
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 The app icon will be greyed out if the drive is not started. The app icon will be greyed out if the drive is not started.
  
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  * **Browse Drive** - Opens Windows File Explorer  * **Browse Drive** - Opens Windows File Explorer
- * **Refresh now** - Forces the drive to refresh folder listings + * **Refresh now** - Forces the drive to refresh folder listings  
- * **Stop Drive** - Stops the drive letter but not the app + * **Stop Drive** - Stops the drive letter but not the app
  * **Manage uploads** - Opens Uploader window permanently  * **Manage uploads** - Opens Uploader window permanently
  * **Hide uploads** - Don't show Uploader window during uploads  * **Hide uploads** - Don't show Uploader window during uploads
  * **Show overlay icons** - Indicates if cache status is shown on File Explorer icons  * **Show overlay icons** - Indicates if cache status is shown on File Explorer icons
- * **Enable logging** - Logs drive activity for troubleshooting+ * **Enable logging** - Logs drive activity for [[:​windowstools/​clouddrive/​troubleshooting|troubleshooting]].
  * **Browser logs folder** - Opens logs folder in File Explorer  * **Browser logs folder** - Opens logs folder in File Explorer
  * **Start with Windows** - Start the drive automatically  * **Start with Windows** - Start the drive automatically
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 Access Cloud Drive **Settings** via the right-click menu from the taskbar icon. Access Cloud Drive **Settings** via the right-click menu from the taskbar icon.
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 {{ :​windowstools:​clouddrive:​cloud-drive-settings.png?​400 |}} {{ :​windowstools:​clouddrive:​cloud-drive-settings.png?​400 |}}
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  * **Sign Out** - Change the File Fabric endpoint or credentials  * **Sign Out** - Change the File Fabric endpoint or credentials
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 To use M-Stream with the Cloud Drive you'll need to explicitly allow multistream uploads and downloads. To use M-Stream with the Cloud Drive you'll need to explicitly allow multistream uploads and downloads.
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 {{ :​windowstools:​clouddrive:​bandwidth-settings.png?​nolink&​400 |}} {{ :​windowstools:​clouddrive:​bandwidth-settings.png?​nolink&​400 |}}
  
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 ### Cloud Actions ### Cloud Actions
  
 Through the Windows File Explorer users can 'right click' folders and files access to 'Cloud File Actions'​. Through the Windows File Explorer users can 'right click' folders and files access to 'Cloud File Actions'​.
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 {{ :​windowstools:​clouddrive:​cloud-drive-cloud-actions.png?​500 |}} {{ :​windowstools:​clouddrive:​cloud-drive-cloud-actions.png?​500 |}}
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 The following actions may be available depending on the type of file: The following actions may be available depending on the type of file:
  
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  * **Properties** - Cloud properties for a file or folder, showing description,​ tags, modified times and lock information:​  * **Properties** - Cloud properties for a file or folder, showing description,​ tags, modified times and lock information:​
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 {{ :​windowstools:​clouddrive:​cloud-properties.png?​nolink&​300 |}}  {{ :​windowstools:​clouddrive:​cloud-properties.png?​nolink&​300 |}} 
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 +### Cloud Search
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 +Cloud Search finds files with names that match a search string provided by the user.  Cloud Search is available from the right-click context menu for every folder:
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 +Regardless of the folder that is highlighted when the option is selected, the search operates across all of the directories in all of the providers to which the user has access through the Cloud Drive.
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 +To search the Cloud Drive, select the Search menu option to expose the Cloud Search window:
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 +{{ :​windowstools:​search_box.png?​direct&​400 |}}
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 +Then enter at least three characters into the search box and click on the magnifying glass symbol or press Return. Files with names that contain the character string you entered will be listed in the Search Window:
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 +Double clicking on a found file opens it in the editor that is associated with it (if there is one).
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 +Right-clicking on any of the found files opens a context menu that provides additional actions you can take on the file:
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 +#### Download
 +The Download feature downloads the contents of the selected directory to the folder of your choice. Download is available from the right-click context menu for every folder:
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 +After highlighting the folder and clicking on the menu option, choose the destination folder for the download from the Browse for Folder window and click on Ok:
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 +The Downloading window will appear and show the progress of the download:
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 +{{ :​windowstools:​downloading.png?​direct&​400 |}}