Who is this article for?
CrashPlan for Small Business, no.
Code42 for Enterprise, yes.
Link: Product plans and features.
This article applies to Cloud.
Use the Data Sources page in the administration console to add and manage third-party services that are connected to Code42 Forensic File Search.
To add and manage the cloud services used for Forensic File Search, go to Investigation > Data Sources.
|a||Add||Adds and configures a new cloud service connection.|
Displays the cloud service:
|c||Display Name||The name you use to distinguish between cloud services, for example, for different Google Drive accounts for US employees and UK employees. This name must be unique.|
|d||Authorized by||Displays the name of the Code42 administrator user that configured the cloud service connection.|
|e||Date Authorized||When the cloud service was initially added as a data source. This does not update if you deauthorize and then resume monitoring the cloud service.|
Indicates the cloud services drives monitored, for example, drives for all users, drives of specific users, or drives of users in specific groups. For Google Drive, all shared drives are monitored.
|g||Status||Displays the status of the connection between Code42 and the cloud service:
Includes the option to either deauthorize or resume monitoring on a cloud service:
Add cloud service connection
To add a cloud service connection, click Add.
Selects a cloud service to add as a data source:
|b||Display Name||The name you use to distinguish between cloud services, for example, for different Google Drive accounts for US employees and UK employees. This name must be unique.|