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Web Interface 01 Jul 2010 11:19 #197

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Would it be possible to provide a web interface to the filewave admin instead of having to have an app installed?


Not at this time 20 Mar 2012 20:45 #918

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I have not heard anything about the potential for a web interface. But I will bring it up.


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web interface 26 Mar 2012 13:06 #928

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the admin interface give too much option to my technical support.


That will be great to have a simplified web interface for the association fileset and reinstall only for our lelel 1 technician
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tech help 12 Apr 2012 17:09 #932

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So are you looking for an interface for maybe a phone help desk tech?


Where they could send a verify command but not change a clients associations?


What I see some locations do is they will give there techs the Client Monitor application that is included in the FileWave Admin installer. From there they can send verify, see if the computer is connecting to the filewave server, pull up the log, and if you give them the password. Open up the FileWave Client settings. Or are you looking for a little more then that?




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Web Interface 09 Feb 2015 10:30 #1611

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HI all,

A web-interface or extending the api for supporting third party web interface integration would be great.

Think about giving the head of a department the controls for his department (in filesets etc.) while there are still company wide settings which are managed by the IT manager.

Are there currently any possibility's to make this work via API's or maybe command line tools?
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Web Interface 09 Feb 2015 20:43 #1614

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I have been thinking about this as well. Even though the Admin client is pretty neat, it would be good to have access to its functions from a Web Browser, either supported on a mobile device or a laptop... (kinda like Casper JSS is)...

I would like also to see more options to control accessibility to my staff for example, the controls that are set towards what they can do or not are very "Black" & "White", meaning there are no shades of grey to balance things out. It makes it very difficult to administer permissions this way... I would like also to be able to tag a number of Client Groups and apply them certain permissions instead of going one by one.
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