Wait, all my project files are backed up on the cloud, but I need them on the StratusCore platform now...
After logging into StratusCore, you will be redirected to the Dashboard.
The Dashboard is a brief overview of your projects, Virtual Workstation hours, Render Credit balance, and Storage info.
Click on the [Storage] button using the sidebar menu.
After clicking on the [Storage] button, you will be redirected to the Storage page.
Click "Add External Storage"
After a quick refresh, you will see the External Storage settings page.
Click on the "Add Storage" drop-down. You will see several External Storage choices.
Depending on which External Storage you choose, you will be asked to provide details to connect to your storage. **NOTE: StratusCore does NOT STORE any personal information about your external storage account. Login data is securely transferred to the facilitator.
For the purpose of this tutorial, I have chosen Google Drive as my External Storage.
1) Name of the folder. Suggestion: The box is pre-filled with the name of the External Storage you chose. It works best to use something similar to the External Storage name for organizational purposes. i.e. GoogleDrive01, or AmazonS3-textures etc.
2) Your External Storage login and password. **NOTE: StratusCore does NOT STORE any personal information about your external storage account. Login data is securely transferred to the facilitator.
3) Check for changes / updates to your External Storage.
4) Grant Access
5) Remove the External Storage choice.
Options #1, #2, and #4 are required to enable External Storage.
After you enter information into options #1, #2, and #4, click the [Grant access] button. The indicator will turn green. Clicking on "Settings" -> "Files" will take you back to the "root" of storage.
After a quick screen refresh, you see your new External Storage link (folder).
You are now ready to access External Storage!
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