[owncloud-devel] Correct solution to disable synchronization completely via client for all users?

Martin crysman Zahradník crysman at seznam.cz
Tue Apr 5 07:05:12 GMT 2016


anybody (?) Thank you... #McZ
 
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Jak kupovat zodpovědně vejce (nejen) o Velikonocích?
<http://crysmanovo.blogspot.com/2016/03/jak-kupovat-zodpovedne-vejce-nejen-o.html>
On 29.3.2016 18:42, Martin crysman Zahradník wrote:
> Hi, thanks.
>
> What I want and need is to be able to *disable all remote clients
> (desktop/mobile applications) synchronizations except for internet
> browser access to ownCloud*.
>
> I would appreciate a sustainable and transparent solution, not
> renaming core files.
>
> If you reccommend any other solution not involving ownCloud itself,
> also will be appreciated.
>
> OK this way?
>
> Thanks a lot
> McZ
>  
> /Martin crysman Zahradník/
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> Jak kupovat zodpovědně vejce (nejen) o Velikonocích?
> <http://crysmanovo.blogspot.com/2016/03/jak-kupovat-zodpovedne-vejce-nejen-o.html>
> On 29.3.2016 01:12, Daniel Molkentin wrote:
>> One of the reason this does not get answered is because OP asks the
>> wrong question and I'm not sure the others in the thread have the
>> same intention.
>>
>> Please tell us _what_ you want to do, not _how_ you want to do it.
>> Looking through that thread, there seem to be different motivations,
>> i.e. temporarily to do an upgrade (the real fix is to switch into
>> maintenance mode, then do the upgrade, then switch into single user
>> mode for testing), or permanently. The latter begs another question:
>> Do you only want to block sync clients, or do you want to completely
>> inhabit the webdav route. In both cases the answer would be File
>> Firewall for users of the Enterprise Edition, or some adding URL- or
>> User-Agent based rules to your Web Servers configuration to return a
>> 404 instead of the requested endpoint. So please, context :)
>>
>> Daniel
>>
>> On 29.03.2016 00:10, Martin crysman Zahradník wrote:
>>> Hi, please,
>>> somebody could answer me this?:
>>> Correct solution to disable synchronization completely via client
>>> for all users?
>>> https://forum.owncloud.org/viewtopic.php?p=111720&sid=dfceae2ef644ecdd0f1b066485791ea9
>>>
>>> (best done right there, so that everybody interrested gets the answer)
>>>
>>> Thanks a lot!
>>> McZ
>>
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