Permissions can be selectively granted to existing
Microsoft Active Directorydomain users and user groups. The most restrictive permissions (admin-defined or user-defined) are applied.
The following table lists the permissions that are provided by default when you add users and groups to the User-defined repositories.
View and browse repository content (for example, subfolders and files) in a displayed list, and sort lists by Name, Date, Size, or Kind
Remove files from the repository
Download repository files to the user's device and open them to read
Upload files (new/modified) from user's device to the repository for storage
Cache (Offline Files)
Temporarily store a cache of repository files on the device for offline access
You can designate files and folders to synchronize to users'
BlackBerry WorkDocs app Offline folder.
Open a file in a format-compatible app on the device
Add new folders to the repository
Copy repository file content and paste it into a different file or app
Check In/Check Out
When a file is checked out, the user can edit, close, reopen, and work with the file offline. Other users cannot change the file or see changes until it is checked back in
Add New Repositories
Permits new repositories to be added from the user's mobile device
Generate Shared Link
Users can generate a link to a file and folder and send the link to recipients
The Generate Shared Link requires an updated