How to use the Orchestractor Storage bucket to download the files to my invited users

Hi,
This is my first time i use the store bucket
I invite my partner in the orchestrator and create one grp
now in one folder i create orchestrator bucket and upload some file
Now I want my partner user download the files
can u plz tell about if any possibilities in there to connect the grp with the storage bucket

Hi @Rajiduraikannu_Santhosh_G

The Storage Buckets are stored or created on specific folder.

Below is the step by step process on how to download and manage access to different folders.

Source: UiPath Documentation portal

Downloading a file from a storage bucket

  1. From the Storage Buckets page, click the name of the desired bucket. The bucket is opened for viewing.
  2. Click the Download button corresponding to the desired file. The download dialog is displayed prompting you to either open or save the selected file.

Managing Storage Bucket Links

Sharing storage buckets between folders enables launching jobs in multiple folders without redesigning your workflows in Studio when the underlying processes are targeting the same bucket. Linking a bucket to a folder makes the bucket available in that folder.

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Note

A bucket linked to multiple folders is marked using the linked_icon|autoxautolinked_icon|autoxauto icon. If the icon is not present, then the current folder is the only folder the bucket resides in. Deleting it here completely removes the bucket from Orchestrator.

You need the Storage Buckets - Create permission in the folders where you want to add the bucket (target folders) and Storage Buckets - View in the folder where the bucket currently resides (original folder). If you have Storage Buckets - Edit in the target folder, you also require Storage Buckets - Edit in the original folder.

Linking Multiple Buckets to the Current Folder

  1. In the Storage Buckets page, click Add . Three buttons are displayed allowing you to add a storage bucket, link one from other folders, or hide the options.
  2. Click Link Storage Buckets From Other Folders . The Link Storage Buckets window is displayed showing a list of all buckets in the folders in which you have View permissions on Storage Buckets.
  3. On the Select Storage Buckets section, select one or multiple buckets from the list.

  1. Click Continue . You are directed to the Folder Validation section. Here you can see the folders the buckets are already linked to. If there are multiple folders, the number is displayed. Hover over it to see the folder names.

  1. Click Remove for the corresponding bucket to revert the change or click Exit to cancel the operation.
  2. Click Link if you want to make the link between the bucket you selected and the current folder. The buckets are displayed on the Storage Buckets page.

Linking a Bucket to Multiple Folders

  1. Navigate to a folder the bucket to be linked resides in or is linked to.
  2. Click More Actions > Manage Links for the desired bucket to open the Manage Links window. The Manage Bucket Links window is displayed.

1 - Left-hand pane displaying all the folders you have been granted View permissions on Storage Buckets.
2 - The current state of the bucket displaying the number of folders it currently resides in as well as their names.
3 - The folders the bucket is to be added in according to your selection in the left-hand pane.
4 - The folders the bucket will be removed from.

  1. Click Update . A confirmation window is displayed.
  2. Click Cancel if you want to abort the changes or Continue for the changes to take effect. The operations are now reflected in Orchestrator according to your changes.

Once the Storage Bucket is created and link is created for the folders.
Then you can provide folder permissions to the User , you want to add access.

Please find the steps below.

Adding Local Users

  1. From the Folders page, in the Manage Folders pane, click on the folder you want to manage. The folder and its users (if any) are displayed on the dashboard.
  2. Click the Assign user button and select the Assign Local User option. The Assign User window is displayed.

  1. Using the Select the user you would like to assign drop-down, select the user to be added to the folder.
    a. For classic folders and modern folders using the Inherit from tenant role assignment model, the selected user’s Tenant roles as displayed and cannot be edited.
    b. For modern folders using a Custom roles assignment model, use The Roles for the user selected above drop-down to indicate the role(s) to be assigned to this user within this folder.
  2. Click Assign . The selected user are now assigned to and may access this folder.

Adding AD Users

  1. From the Folders page, in the Manage Folders pane, click on the folder you want to manage. The folder and its users (if any) are displayed on the dashboard.
  2. Click the Assign user button and select the Assign AD User or Group option. The Assign User window is displayed.

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  1. Using the Domain name drop-down, select the domain of the user or group to be added to the folder.
  2. In the Group or Username field, use the drop-down or beginning typing to search for the user or group you want to add.
    a. For classic folders and modern folders using a Inherit from tenant role assignment model, the selected user’s (or group’s) Tenant roles as displayed and cannot be edited. If the user or group has not been previously added to Orchestrator or has no roles assigned, text informing you that No Roles were assigned globally to this user is displayed.
    b. For modern folders using a Custom roles assignment model, use The Roles for the user selected above drop-down to indicate the role(s) to be assigned to this user within this folder.
  3. Click Assign . The selected user or group are now assigned to and may access this folder.

Thanks

Hope this Helps.

hi @suraj.setty,
Thank you so much for ur detailed Steps bro

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