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In the “Account” section, you can find several areas:

  • Login information;
  • Volumes;
  • Shared Folders.

Login information

In this area you’ll find:

  • User first and last name;
  • User email;
  • Sign out option;
  • Change password option.


In this area, it’s possible to find all volumes’ properties and configurations.

There’s a list of all volumes created in the Dynamic Storage Platform and you can select each one of them to view a list of detailed information:

  • Volume name;
  • Volume type;
  • Minimum storage duration charge;
  • Versioning;
  • Download time (first byte);
  • Interfaces;
  • Storage capacity;
  • Download quota capacity;
  • Retention policy;
  • Days to retain deleted files;
  • Providers.

Shared Folders

Vawlt’s software agent allows you to create shared folders inside your storage volumes. This can be very useful if you don’t want to give access to all your volume’s content to a specific user. Also, you can share folders with Vawlt users that do not belong to your account, a feature that isn’t available for Volumes.

Every shared folder will have exactly the same configuration (like type, cloud providers, and interfaces) as their parent volume.

When a shared folder is created, every user that has access to the parent volume will also have access to this shared folder. In this case, the shared will be accessible inside the volume.

For the users that do not have access to the parent volume, the shared folder will be accessible directly inside Vawlt’s folder.

In both cases, shared folders are marked with a shared overlay icon.

In the “Shared Folders” area from the Control Panel, it’s possible to find all shared folders’ properties and configurations.

There’s a list of all shared folders, and after you share a folder with a specific user, it will appear on this list. You can select each one of them to view a list of the folder’s detailed information.

The detailed information list has the same points as the Volumes area.

Note: The Storage capacity size is affected by the value defined when sharing a folder.

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