Mac client user can access Mac client systray menu and management console on the Mac client.
To open Mac client systray menu, please click the Mac client icon the MacOS menu bar.
On the systray menu, user can check the Mac client version number.
User can also access the buttons on bottom:
Exit: Exit the client. When restart the client, the user will login automatically.
Logout: Log the current user out from the client and stop it. When restart the client, it will prompt for login username/password again.
management console: Open the Mac client web based Management Console
From Mac Client Management Console, user can access Device Info, Attach local folder, enable Offline Folder and check Mac client Task Manager. To access different functions, click the Device Name to open the drop down menu.
Device Info tab shows the login user name (Device Owner), the Mac client version (Device Client Version) and task status.
Mac client can attach local folder. Like windows client, once attached, Mac client will sync the local folder with a cloud folder.
It can be used as a backup of the local folder to cloud.
To setup attached local folder, in the drop down menu, select Attached Folders.
Under Attached Folder tab, click 'Add Attached Folder' icon, to open attach folder wizard. Here, select a local folder to setup the sync.
Click the Filter icon to open excluded folder list. Folder excluded will not be synced to cloud, in attached local folder.
Mac client can mark a cloud folder as offline folder. Once a folder is marked as offline folder, Mac client will sync the cloud contents to local cache automatically. When Mac client is offline, user can still start Mac client and access the Mac client drive. In the drive, user can access files already downloaded to local cache. When user saves the file, the change will be stored on the queue. When the machine is back online, it will start to upload those files to the cloud.
To setup offline folders, in the drop down menu, select 'Offline Folders'.
In Offline Folders tab, click 'plus' sign to open offline folder wizard. Here, select a cloud folder to mark it for offline access.
From web based management console, user can access Mac client Task Manager. In Task Manager, user can check the task status. If there is any failure, the task will show here too.