Alfresco Content Services gives you options for protecting your files and locking access. You can access security settings by tapping Settings in the Alfresco Content Services menu.
The first time you add an account you’ll be asked if you want to protect your files.
File protection means that files in your device's Alfresco Content Services Local Files are encrypted when the device is locked, and cannot be opened from any external device that’s connected to this device. Tap File Protection to turn this feature on or off.
If you have file protection switched on then files downloaded from all your accounts will be protected. Protection will be removed if you delete all of your accounts.
With Passcode Lock turned on Alfresco Content Services can only be accessed on your device by entering the passcode. Tap Passcode Lock to turn this feature on or off.
When you turn it on you can choose a new 4-digit passcode. Once you've entered a passcode you can tap Change Passcode to enter a new passcode.
If you have Apple Passcode and Touch ID turned on on your device, then once you've set an Alfresco Content Services passcode you also have the option of using Touch ID. When you switch this option on you can use Touch ID to unlock Alfresco Content Services.back to top
Clear DataThe clear data options effectively let you reset Alfresco Content Services back to the default factory settings. You can choose to Clear Accounts or Clear Account, Cache & Downloads.
Once you've selected an option restart Alfresco Content Services for the changes to take effect. Just press your device Home button twice to display the currently running apps, and swipe Alfresco Content Services off the top of the screen to close it.
Now open your cleaned-up app and create your accounts as required.back to top