- What you need to know
- While protecting files manually
- Audio/Video demonstration
- Points to remember
- With Email Auto Protector
- Related articles
In this section, we'll see how to share permissions with all users of external domains while protecting files manually and sending emails with Email Auto Protector.
What you need to know
- Seclore’s domain-based access feature enables users to collaborate seamlessly with vendors and partners while ensuring easy protection and tracking of shared data.
- With this feature, you can share permissions on protected files and emails with all users of external domains.
- Recipients who are part of the domain-based access but have also received permissions individually will continue to retain their individual permissions along with domain-based access permissions.
- Permissions on a protected file cannot be shared with domains that are part of the deny list. However, individuals belonging to such domains will be able to receive permissions on Seclore-protected files.
While protecting files manually
Points to remember
- Copies of a protected file are also protected with the same set of permissions as the original one.
- To protect multiple files at once, select all the desired files, right-click on any one of them, and click Seclore It.
- You can also protect all files within a folder. Right-click on the folder and click Seclore It.
With Email Auto Protector
If your organization has enabled Domain-based access for Email Auto Protector, permissions shared with external recipients will be extended to all users of the recipients’ domain.
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