New plugin available: Cloud (access to Box, Dropbox, etc).

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Re: New plugin available: Cloud (access to Box, Dropbox, etc).

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Yes, until the Guest account is enabled or a new account with guest privileges is created... Who remembers an NTFS permissions change when activating the Guest account, and even if somebody remembers that, the implications are not immediately clear unless that someone can connect these two things. Giving "Everybody" full control is unnecessary and an unneeded risk for data leaks and security holes. And it makes other people recommend the same thing "because it works". Write access for the user itself (or some defined group like "Users") is enough.

PS: There are enough companies out there that make the same mistake by setting up their software with full control to "Everbody" or recommend to do such things. At the same time, they complain about "stolen" data and network breaches which were "infiltrated" via publicly available Samba shares. It's just insane!

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Re: New plugin available: Cloud (access to Box, Dropbox, etc).

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pc-pd wrote:
2020-04-19, 17:10 UTC
I reinstalled the pluging; accidentally removed the connection to Google Drive. Now I cannot add any new connection (Google, Dropbox).
After the dialog box is correctly filled, nothing happens.
The new connections does not show, but neither any error (BTW, where should I find the log file? is the same one that we can activate under Options?)

Thanks for your support
Solved with Ghisler advice.
My tccloud.in was corrupted. A restarted from an empty one (in the wincmd.in dir) and everything was perfect.
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Re: New plugin available: Cloud (access to Box, Dropbox, etc).

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You can just delete the bad sections from the ini: All those with empty brackets [] or nonsense inside the brackets [&%ç] can be deleted.
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Re: New plugin available: Cloud (access to Box, Dropbox, etc).

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Concerning Google Drive with shortcuts (links): I've googled a bit (the irony!), and found this report in the rclone's GitHub:
https://github.com/rclone/rclone/issues/4098
During the discussion, it was mentioned that the SDK received an update and now supports the links:
https://github.com/googleapis/google-api-go-client/issues/464
So rclone was updated, and I've downloaded and tested it. The linked files and folders were downloaded fine. It would be very nice to have support for them in the TC plugin too.
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