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In "Files" application of AoC it is possible by a user to re-share a shared folder that was previously shared with him.
While this approach allows ease of collaboration around creative material it is not acceptable for enterprise customers, where strict access control is required.
Saying that, a customer who is using AoC for providing access to on-prem nodes that is sharing corporate content and have hundreds of shared folders with very concrete access lists cannot imagine that users will start redefine access rights and by that expose the content to unauthorized people.
Strict access control is a very basic requirement for every enterprise customer.
The idea is to allow a configuration on a workspace level (Admin-Workspace-Applications-Files) that will define who is allowed to re-share folders with other workspace members (all memebrs/managers/none).
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