Has anyone ever used Sharepoint Online as a firmware repository for ICG connected (external network) thin clients? We’re toying with the idea and I’ve done a bit of testing, however most, if not all of our Sharepoint sites are behind ADFS and MFA. I’m just curious before I start digging further if anyone has had success with Sharepoint at all?
Hey Alan, due to the way MS does file sharing from SharePoint, I’m not sure this would work directly as I don’t believe they put files in a standard webdav directory. It would probably be easier, and more reliable to stand up an FTP server.
Thanks Christopher. Understood and we eventually came to the same conclusion. We did end up abandoning that idea, went with Azure Blob instead and it’s working great.
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