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Workspace Aspera Ideas
Created by Guest
Created on Mar 30, 2024

AoC: Client Access Keys with Custom Rights per key

When making a Client access key in Applications>Files>Shared Folders>(share)>Client Access Keys, there is no setting for changing the rights to that key. You can change the rights for users within Aspera on Cloud, but not for the share itself or the CAK for it. Very odd.

Idea priority High
  • Guest
    Apr 11, 2024

    Since I see no comment or email on this, let me just try again.

    In a workspace, a workspace manager makes a share in Applications>Files>Shared Folders.

    Then that user clicks the 3 dots on that share and hits "Client Access Keys".

    The user creates a new client access key. The user wants the recipient of the access key to have download only rights.  No delete, upload, or preview rights. 

    How would they apply these restrictions for each CAK on that share, or would they need multiple shares with different permissions?