Note: You can ignore this section if you only want to use your online disk utilized with your legacy subscription.
After you have set up your user(s), you may want to create additional online disks for you or your other users to access.
This is particularly useful in a team-based environment if, for example, you have two groups who need to access different sets of data. Your financial department may not need access to your developers' content, so you can set up a separate Online Disk for each group.
To create a new Online Disk, Click the "Online Disk" drop down on the top of the Control Panel. Next, select "Manage/Add Online Disks". You may want to use a name that represent the content of that disk; such as, "Finance" or "Documents."
Please note that the name of this disk cannot be changed after it's created
An option not provided in the Step 2 "Private Online Disk" is the "Reporting User". To explain this in more detail, we have two types of Usage Reports: one that centers around the amount of data stored in an Online Disk, and the other that centers around the amount of data stored in an Online Disk for which one user is responsible. Click Here to see more information about Backup Reporting.
Note: If you've an online disk stored within your Personal S3 account, you'll need to enter your Amazon S3 access and secret keys in the control panel here as shown below. If you're using online disks managed through Jungle Disk, please skip the next section and proceed to Step 5.
In the control panel, please click "Online Disks>Amazon S3 Accounts. As shown in the screenshot below, you may have an existing S3 account associated with your Jungle Disk account. You may need to enter the "Secret Key" here if it is "Not set" as shown.
Next, in the control panel, you'll need to select Online Disks>Manage/Add Online Disks as shown.
Once on the online disk page, you can scroll to the bottom and select "Find existing online disks" which will allow you to see your online disks stored in your personal S3 account.
Once this has been completed, you can now assign permissions as shown in the next step.