Best practices for unauthenticated sharing

Best practices for sharing files and folders with unauthenticated users

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  • 06/08/2022
  • 6 minutes to read
  • 14 contributors

Unauthenticated sharing (Anyone links) can be convenient and is useful in various scenarios. Anyone links are the easiest way to share: people can open the link without authentication and are free to pass it on to others.

Usually, not all content in an organization is appropriate for unauthenticated sharing. This article covers the options available to help you create an environment where your users can use unauthenticated sharing of files and folders, but where there are safeguards in place to help protect your organization’s content.

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