Define Trusted and Untrusted Users and Domains

Define users and domains as trusted or untrusted on Aperture to provide more granular control and monitoring of who accesses your assets.
One of the first things you did when setting up the Aperture service was to Define Your Internal Domains. The Aperture service uses the domain name in the email address associated with the user’s cloud app account to determine if the user is internal to your organization. If an external user has an email address that does not belong to an internal domain, you can use the Aperture service to define users and domains as trusted or untrusted to protect your assets and have better granular control over who has access. Once you define external users and domains, the Aperture service reports any files shared inadvertently or maliciously.
Because Trusted and Untrusted Users and Domains apply to all cloud apps on Aperture, you must be an administrator with a Super Admin role or Admin with access to all apps to modify this setting.
  1. Select SettingsExternal Collaborators.
  2. Select Untrusted and enter the email address in untrusted users and the domains in untrusted domains.
  3. Save your setting.

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