View Sent and Received Files (Modern)

Target

This article is intended for administrators who perform the initial setup and operational management of HENNGE Secure Transfer.

Purpose

This explains the procedure for users within the organization to check files sent and received in HENNGE Secure Transfer.

Notes

1. The content of this article is based on the product specifications as of February 2024 and may be subject to change without notice.

2. HENNGE Secure Transfer administrator privileges are required for actual screen confirmation and configuration changes.

 

Explanation of Settings

To check sent files, log in to HENNGE Secure Transfer with administrator account and go to [File Transfer History] on the left menu.

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Confirmation from the List

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Transfer Type: [Sent], [Received], or [HSD] will be displayed.

File Name: Displays the number and name of uploaded files.

Creator: Displays the user who created the file transfer URL.

Size: Displays the total size of uploaded files.

Status: [Valid] / [Deleted] will be displayed.

Creation Date: Displays the date when the file was sent.

Expiration Date: Displays the expiration date of the URL created during file transmission.

 

You can select the transfer type to display in the list from [Filter].

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Turning off [Show only transfers of my files] allows you to view files sent by users within the organization in the list.

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Check File Transfer Details

Select the target file to check its transfer details.

If you select a file with the status [Received], the items you can check are as follows:

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Status: [Valid] / [Deleted] will be displayed.

Transfer Type: [Sent], [Received], or [HSD] will be displayed.

Creation Date: Displays the date when the file was sent.

Expiration Date: Displays the expiration date of the URL created during file transmission.

Creator: Displays the user who created the file transfer URL.

File: Displays the received file name.

Click the [Download] button to download the file.

Link List: You can confirm the list of created links.

Click [Create Link] button to create a new link. Clicking each link allows you to confirm status, URL, creation date, expiration date, and security type.

 

If you select a file with the status [Sent] or [HSD], the items you can check in the basic information are as follows:

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Status: [Valid] / [Deleted] will be displayed.

Transfer Type: [Sent], [Received], or [HSD] will be displayed.

Creation Date: Displays the date when the file was sent.

Expiration Date: Displays the expiration date of the URL created during file transmission.

Creator: The user who created the URL for file transmission will be displayed.

File: The name of the sent file will be displayed.

You can add files by drag and drop.
Up to 2 GB per file, and a maximum of 5 files can be uploaded.

Selecting a file name allows you to download the sent file.

Clicking the trash can icon allows you to delete the sent file.

Link List: You can check the status, URL, and security type of the created links.

[Create Link] button allows you to create a new link.

Status : [Active] / [Deleted] will be displayed.

URL : The URL created by user file transmission will be displayed.

Security Type : The authentication method set during file transmission ([No Authentication] / [Allow Only Specified Email Addresses or Domains] / [Email Authentication]) will be displayed.

If the link is active, the "Stop" button will be displayed, and pressing it will stop the link.

If the link is inactive, the "Activate" button will be displayed, and pressing it will activate the link.

 

If you select a file with the status [Sent] or [HSD], the items that can be confirmed in the download log are as follows.

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Count: The number of downloads per file will be displayed.

History: The downloaded file name, user, time, and IP address will be displayed.

          
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