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Define a repository

Microsoft Active Directory
 users and groups must be added to a repository definition before access permissions can be configured. Users and groups that are added automatically receive the default access permissions.
For users to access their 
Microsoft SharePoint
 repositories on their devices, make sure that they have the "Read" permission level and the "Browse Directories" permission assigned.
  1. In the management console, click 
    Settings > BlackBerry Dynamics > Docs
  2. Click 
    Repositories
    .
  3. Click the 
    Admin defined
     tab.
  4. Click  The add icon
  5. In the 
    Name
     field, type the name of the repository to that will be displayed to users granted mobile access to the repository.
    The repository name must be unique and can contain spaces. The following special characters cannot be used due to third-party limitations:
    • Microsoft SharePoint
       2010, 2013, and 2016: ~ " # % & * : < > ? / \ { | }
    • Box
      : \ /|
  6. In the 
    Storage
     drop-down list, select a storage provider. 
    If you select 
    SharePoint
     or 
    SharePoint Online
    , and the share is running 
    SharePoint
     2013 or later, select the 
    Add sites followed by users on this site
     check box to make this feature available to users of this share. This setting only applies for personal (my) 
    SharePoint
     or 
    OneDrive for Business
     sites.
    If your environment is configured for 
    Microsoft OneDrive for Business
    , select the 
    SharePoint Online
     storage provider.
  7. In the 
    Path
     field, specify the path to the share. Complete one of the following tasks based on the storage type that you selected in step 6. 
    Storage type 
    Description
    Box
    Enter a fully qualified URL with or without 
    Microsoft Active Directory
     attributes.
    SharePoint
    SharePoint Online
    If your storage provider is 
    Microsoft OneDrive for Business
    , complete this task.  
    Enter a fully qualified URL with or without 
    Microsoft Active Directory
     attributes.
    To add "my" or personal 
    SharePoint
     sites, specify the URL for the "my" site. For example,
    • If your environment uses 
      SharePoint
       and 
      SharePoint Online
      , https://<
      Microsoft SharePoint server
      >/my.
    • If your environment uses 
      Microsoft OneDrive for Business
      https://<
      your O365 domain
      >-my.sharepoint.com/personal/admin_<domain>_onmicrosoft_com/_layouts/15/onedrive.aspx
    If the personal site includes usernames or other 
    Microsoft Active Directory
     attributes, enter the path including these attributes. For example, https://<
    Microsoft SharePoint server
    >/my/<
    SAMAccountName
    >. 
    Optionally, to automatically add followed sites, complete the following steps:
    1. Add a repository for the "my" or personal 
      SharePoint
       site.
    2. Select the 
      Add sites followed by users on this site
       for the repository. 
    3. On the 
      User-defined
       tab, enable a user-defined repository permission. Make sure that you select the 
      Enable 'User Defined Shares'
       and 
      Automatically add sites followed by users
       check boxes. For instructions, see Enable user-defined repository permissions.
  8. In the 
    Access permissions
     section, click  .
  9. Select one of the following:
    • Users
      : In the 
      Add a user
       dialog box, field, type a full or partial search string. Click the user that you want to add.
    • Groups
      : In the 
      Add a group
       screen, select one or more groups. Click  The next icon . Click 
      Add
      .  
  10. Click 
    Add
  11. Click 
    Save
    .