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Some students have share public links option grayed out.

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mguengerich
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Some students have share public links option grayed out.

On the ones who it grayed out, they DO have "Yes" chosen in "Allow file sharing for all" in the Admin settings (both for their own work in their own team or if they are in a shared project in my team).

 

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dan.banach
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Hi Mark,

Thanks for the post. Are you using the new Folder-Level Projects? If so, this is a current limitation, but the team is working on this.

If needed, you can create a legacy project from Fusion Team:

  1. Log into Fusion Team by going to https://login.autodesk360.com
  2. To show a list of projects on the Fusion Team, click the Fusion Team icon "F" in the upper-left corner of the browser.
  3. On the right side of the screen click on "Create Project".
  4. Type a name for the project and then click, shown as step (1) in the following image.
  5. Select the Project’s Security Type from the pull-down list, shown as step (2) in the following image.
  1. Open: Any team member can access this project.
  2. Closed: Only invited members can access this project.
  3. Secret: Only invited members can see this project.
  4. Folder-Level: A secret project with granular permissions for each folder (default)

Note: Once a Folder-Level project is created, this project’s security type cannot be changed.

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Hope this helps.

-Dan



Dan Banach
Sr. Technical Manager & Community Manager

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mguengerich
in reply to: dan.banach

Yes we are using folder level.

Thanks for the info.

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