Network Drives can be synchronized codeless with various external systems using the Layer2 File Pal.
Learn on this page how the integration of a Network Drive works with the Layer2 File Pal. Make use of the benefits and features of this data integration tool by trying it out yourself: Free Trial Registration
HOW IT WORKS
In order to connect Network Drives, you should follow the next steps.
1. Create a new connection WITH Network Drive
Open your Layer2 File Pal and click on NEW CONNECTION.
2. Give Your connection a Name and Choose a Network Drive
Choose your first system (Network Drive, on the left side of your screen).
3. Connect your System
When you see the window below, click CONNECT. Entering the username and password is optional.
4. CHOOSE YOUR SECOND SYSTEM
On the right side of your screen you can choose the system you want to sync to the Network Drive. Pick and configure the system and click DONE. Here is your connection!
FEATURES AND BENEFITS
Safe & Secure
You maintain full control over your data. Layer2 File Pal uses default protocols for authentication and data transfer like OAuth and https. It runs on your servers and we do not collect any information about the data you are syncing.
Connectors for all common file systems
Synchronize one time, manually or automatically! Layer2 File Pal comes with 10+ connectors for all common file systems like Windows File Server, SharePoint, Teams, Azure Files, FTP, Google, Dropbox, ... And we'll continue to add more systems.
Easy & cost effective
Register, download, setup, connect, sync – done! No hidden costs or content limitations: sync as many files or gigabytes as you need! Create multiple connections for departments, use cases or external systems. Everything included in your annual subscription.
Layer2 File Pal
annual subscription (excl. VAT)
Layer2 File Pal license with unlimited number of connections and amount of items (depending on configuration)
Licensing per installation, not bound to any specific connected system, site, tenant or user