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Settings page

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About Settings page

This page contains a brief description of the fields that appear when you set up the inSync Master. 

Email

Email Setup

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The following table describes the fields in the Email Setup area:

Field Description
SMTP server The SMTP server for the email ID that the inSync Master uses to send messages. 
SMTP port The port used by the SMTP server. The default value is 25.
SMTP username The email ID that the inSync Master uses to send messages. 
Use secure connection Indicates whether TLS/SSL required for email communication is enabled or disabled.

Email Message Customization

The following table describes the fields in the Email Message Customization area:

Field  Description
Reply to

The reply-to email address of the inSync Master.  

By default, this field contains the the email ID of the first inSync Server administrator.

Note: If you have upgraded from earlier inSync On-Premise version to 5.9.6, verify the email address in the Reply to field and change it if required.

Sender name The sender name for emails sent by the inSync Master.
Signature The signature that appears on emails sent by the inSync Master. 

Network

 

Network Settings

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The following table describes the fields in the Network Settings area:

Field Description
Backup/sync port The port through which the inSync Master receives backup and share data from inSync clients. The default port is 443. 
Admin UI port The port used to access the inSync Admin Console. The default value is 6065. 
HTTPS access to Admin Console and End-User Restore UI Indicates whether HTTPS access for inSync Admin Console is enabled or disabled. If selected,  you must upload the SSL certificate and key required for communication over HTTPS.
User web access port

The inSync Master uses the configured port for processing HTTPS requests to accept restore requests. The default port is 443. 

 

User web access URL

The URL in the <IP address for inSync Server>:<User web access port> format for accessing inSync Web. 


Note: As a good practice, do not change the path. If you must, change the IP address or the port only.
User Activation URL The inSync Master URL for activating inSync client.
Restricted networks for backup/sync The data networks restricted during backups and sync.

Server IP/FQDN

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The following table describes the fields in the Server IP/FQDN area:

Field Description
IP/FQDN address The IP address or the fully qualified domain name for the inSync Master.
TCP port number The backup/sync port of the inSync Master.
Network type The network for communicating with the inSync Master. 

Master Server Credentials

The following table describes the fields in the Master Server Credentials area:

Field Description
Run master inSync services as The server credentials used to run server services
Use Local System Account Select this check box if you want to use the local system account credentials as the master server credentials.
Username This field is displayed only if the Use Local System Account check box is unchecked. Enter the desired username you want to use as the Master Server credential.
Password This field is displayed only if the Use Local System Account check box is unchecked. Enter the desired password you want to use as the Master Server credential.

Edge Servers

Master Edge Server

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The following table describes the fields in the Master Edge Server area:

Field Description
Enable edge server for my master Indicates that the Master server is configured to work with inSync Edge Server.
IP Address/FQDN The IP address or the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of the edge server.
Backup and sync port

The port used by inSync clients to communicate with the edge server. The default port is 443.

Registration Key The encrypted registration key for the edge server.
Master FQDN The master FQDN used to identify inSync Master at inSync EdgeServer.

Mass Deployment

 

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The following table describes the fields in the Mass Deployment area:

Field Description
Activate first device only during deployment

Indicates that inSync client will be activated on the first device only. 

Mobile Credentials

 

The following table describes the fields in the iOS Device Management area: 

To know how to configure certificates for iOS devices, see the topic, Configuring certificates for iOS devices.

Field Description
APN certificate Indicates that an APN certificate is loaded. 
APN details The details of the APN certificate.
SSL certificate (for signing MDM profile) Indicates that the SSL certificate is loaded.
SSL details

The details of the SSL certificate. 

Hostname The host required for publishing a URL to which the inSync Master publishes profile details. These details are accessed by inSync mobile app.
Port The port required for pushing notifications.

Password Policy 

Password Policy Settings For Administrators

The following table describes the fields in the Password Policy Settings For Administrators area:

Field Description
Enable Password Policy

Select to enable password policy for inSync administrators.

When you define a password policy, administrators have to adhere to the password policy settings defined.

Enforce Strong Password

Select to enforce a strong password.

A strong password should consist of an upper case letter, a lowercase letter, a special character, a number and should have minimum 12 characters. 

Cannot reset password to the last

Enter the number of previous passwords which cannot be repeated.

Note: If you disable the password policy at a later stage, previous passwords history is erased permanently.

Max. invalid login attempts Enter the number of login attempts the administrator is restricted to.
Passwords expire after every Enter the number of days after which the password will expire.

Password Policy Settings For Users 

The following table describes the fields in the Password Policy Settings For Users area:

Field Description
Enable Password Policy

Select to enable password policy for inSync users.

When you define a password policy, users have to adhere to the password policy settings defined.

Enforce Strong Password

Select to enforce a strong password.

A strong password should consist of an upper case letter, a lowercase letter, a special character, a number and should have minimum 12 characters. 

Cannot reset password to the last

Enter the number of previous passwords which cannot be repeated.

Note: If you disable the password policy at a later stage, previous passwords history is erased permanently.

Max. invalid login attempts Enter the number of login attempts the user is restricted to.
Passwords expire after every Enter the number of days after which the password will expire.

Single Sign-On

The following table describes the fields in the Single Sign-On Configuration area:

Field Description
ID Provider Login URL The URL that points to the page to which a user is directed upon successful completion of single sign-on.
IP Provide Certificate The public key certificate that your IdP provides. This certificate ensures that the communication between inSync Master and your IdP is secure. 
ACS FQDN/IP The IP address/FQDN of inSync Master/Edge Server.
AuthnRequests Signed Option to sign SAML Authentication Requests.
Want Assertions Encrypted Option to enable encryption for the SAML assertions.

inSync Configuration 

The following table describes the fields in the inSync Configuration area:

Field Description
Single Sign-On for Admins Option to enable Single Sign-On for inSync administrators.
Single Sign-On for Users Option to enable Single Sign-On for inSync users.

Co-branding

 

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The following table describes the fields in the Co-branding area:

Field Description
Company name The name of your company. 
Company logo The logo of your company as a 40*40 pixels PNG image no greater than 32 KB in size. 
Help link for user

The URL to the location from which inSync users can access inSync Help.

Note: To use the default inSync help, leave this field blank.
Link to quick start guide

The URL to the location from which inSync users can access inSync Quick Start Guide.

Note: To use the default inSync Quick Start Guide, leave this field blank.

Support contact information

The email ID for contacting your Support team. 

Governance

 

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The following table describes the fields in the Audit Trail Retention Policy area:

Field Description
Retain admin audit trail for The duration for which the admin audit trail is retained. 
Retain user audit trail for The duration for which the admin audit trail is retained. 

Note:

  • Governance is only applicable for the Elite edition.
  • User audit trail for File & Folder (additional) activities will be retained for 3 months only.

Share

 

The following table lists the fields in the Share Settings area.

Field Description
Automatically purge deleted content

The duration for which the deleted content is retained. inSync will automatically purge all deleted content after the number of days that you specify.

Select the checkbox, and then enter the number of days from 1 through 365.

Automatically delete inactive Guest Users

The duration for which the inactive guest users are retained. inSync will automatically delete all inactive guest users after the number of days that you specify.

Select the checkbox, and then enter the number of days from 1 through 365.

inSync License

 

The following table describes the fields in the License Summary area:

Field Description
inSync license The type and the expiration date of inSync license. 
License edition The edition of the license.
Users The number of users covered by the license.
Guests The number of guests covered by the license.
inSync Share The type and the expiration date of Share license. 
DLP license The type and the expiration date of DLP license. 
Product version The version of the product. 
License key The server ID. 

Access Token

The following table lists the fields in the Access Token for inSync APIs area.

Field Description
Generated on Displays the date on which token was generated.
Expires on Displays the date on which token will expire. Token automatically expires after one month.
Generated by Displays the email address of the inSync administrator who created the token.
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