When a folder should no longer be shared, you can remove sharing by initiating the
UnshareFolderMUlti workflow. This topic demonstrates how to stop sharing folders in EmpowerID and is divided into the following activities:
Before you can stop sharing a shared folder in EmpowerID, the following prerequisites need to be met:
EmpowerID must first be connected to Active Directory. For the details, see
Connecting to Active Directory.
After EmpowerID is connected to Active Directory, a Windows File Server within that directory must be added to EmpowerID as a managed resource system. For the details, see
Adding Windows File Servers.
To stop sharing a shared folder
From the Navigation Sidebar, navigate to the
Shared Folders management page by expanding Resources and clicking Shared Folders.
Shared Folders management page, click the Actions tab and then click Unshare Folders.
Shared Folders lookup that appears, search for the shared folder you want to stop sharing and then check the box for that record to select it.
Yes to confirm you want to stop sharing the folder.
OK to close the Operation Execution Summary.
To verify the folder is no longer shared
On your File server, navigate to the local path where the shared folder you just deleted used to reside.
Open the Properties window for folder and click the
Sharing tab. You should see that the folder is not shared.