Overcome Mac to Windows compatibility issues with Acronis Files Connect
AFP and SMB connection to file shares
With Acronis Files Connect, Macs can connect to and mount file shares on Windows file servers and NAS as native AFP volumes or via SMB protocol.
Full content Spotlight searching
Acronis Files Connect links Mac Spotlight to a server-side index that seamlessly integrates with the native Windows Search service or a built-in Acronis content indexer.
File access for mobile devices
Acronis Files Connect provides seamless file access for mobile devices with intuitive browsing, searching, previewing, editing, and automatic synchronization.
Browse and restore previous versions of files
ShadowConnect brings the ability to restore previous versions of files to Mac users, while providing enhanced browsing capabilities.
Link Spotlight to a server-side index that seamlessly integrates with the native Windows Search service
Real-time granular search index updates
Acronis Files Connect continuously monitors for changes in file shares and updates search index granularly, affecting only recently changed files, even when indexing remote content on other file servers or NAS.
File indexing exclusion rules
Control your search indexes by excluding a subset of folders or file types from Acronis Content Indexing. File exclusions can be configured on a per file share basis, enabling content that is not necessary for indexing to be omitted.
Integrated Windows Search controls
View the indexing status and issue a reindex command for a file share you’ve selected to index with Windows Search, directly from the Acronis Files Connect admin console. File shares will now be automatically configured for indexing.
Intelligent handling of archived files
Acronis Content Indexing will detect and omit file system archiving ‘stub’ files from search indexing, allowing Spotlight search to be enabled for a file share, even if it is managed by a HSM / file system archiving solution.
File content indexing limits
Limit file content indexing by configuring Acronis Files Connect to only index the first X megabytes of each file on your server, reducing search index size dramatically when many large files are involved.
Windows and Mac file tags support
Perform searches for files that have standard Windows or Mac file tags added to them. Acronis Files Connect now translates Windows tags so they can be viewed within a file’s ‘Get Info’ details on the Mac.
And there is even more features for powerful users
Smart handling of Windows URL shortcuts
Acronis Files Connect includes a Volume Properties option to convert Windows .URL shortcuts to Mac alias. If these shortcuts point to UNC paths that Acronis Files Connect is giving AFP file share access to, Mac users will be able to double-click the .URL file to open the item it points to.
DFS Connect is now included in the base license
The “DFS Connect” features, which were previously available as an add-on to perpetual Acronis Files Connect licenses, are now included in the base license. All versions of Acronis Files Connect will allow publishing your DFS namespace to Mac users via the new Mac client application.