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This is caused by the Xythos drive clent being out of date.
Upgrade to the current version of the Xythos Drive Client. The Client is available to Groups and Departments that are using QShare and is available from the QShare Group's Administrators.
Alternatively, if you are using IE as your browser you can set up Web Folders. For instructions on configuring Web Folders see the QShare online Help manual.
The advanced uploader generally allows you to select files either by browsing or by dragging and dropping them into the upload area that appears on the upload page. The drag-and-drop operation on a Mac will fail for FireFox 3.5 and higher. The work-around is to use the file-browsing approach as described on the upload page.
That description is verbatim from Wesleyan University's FAQ at http://wesfiles.blogs.wesleyan.edu/known-issues/
This is a known issue. Sometimes when the URL is generated it contains two slashes together (//). Browsers do not know how to interpet the two slashes and return a 404 error.
To correct the problem edit the URL and remove the extra slash.
Unfortunately no, the current QShare interface does not provide a way to find and remove an individual's permissions.
When individuals leave the University their status becomes "X" and they lose access to QShare regardless of the permissions of folders and files.
If an individual moves to a different department, and the HR Codes were used to give access to QShare, the HR codes will automatically be updated and the individual will be removed from the HR group for their old department.
Even if the HR Groups were used to assign permissions, individuals may have been given permissions on individual folders and files. These permissions will need to be removed. To remove individual permission:
If you get a timeout error or 'exceeded the # of items that could be modified' message, you will need to move down a level in the folder structure and process each sub-folder separately. A timeout error is due to the number of files and folders and the depth of the hierarchal file system.