- FortressSecure for iOS allows uploading of photos directly to your FortressSecure folders
- If you get an error message when trying to use the camera function of FortressSecure for iOS then it’s likely Privacy Settings3. Go to your Apple iOS Settings and then scroll down until you see FortressSecure4. The setting from OFF (no green)
5. Turn the setting to ON
6. Close settings. You may have to log into FortressSecure for iOS again.
Please use the links below to download FortressSecure software applications:
FortressSecure Management Console: http://dl.extenua.com/FSManager_Setup.exe
FortressSecure Windows Agent: http://dl.extenua.com/FortressSecure_Setup.exe
FortressSecure for iOS
FortressSecure for Android
Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=b4a.FortressSecure
To autostart a program that does not have that option in its setup just copy the icon to your startup folder.
For ALL Users copy to :
Right Click Start Button – Explorer All Users and navigate to that folder.
In order to make sure FortressSecure works on your endpoint, please, make sure that:
- There is an exception in your Windows Firewall that allows unrestricted Internet access to the FortressSecure main executable (FortressSecure.exe); this exception rule is set by the FortressSecure installer itself, but in case this doesn’t happen you will need to create such exception manually
- If you have a network firewall, make sure it allows outbound requests to your cloud storage provider’s servers, and HTTPS (port 443) access to Extenua’s Head Server cluster at head.extenua.com
These settings are required to ensure proper operation of the FortressSecure agent.
Depending on the operating system, you can find your FortressSecure cache files in different locations.
If you’re running Windows XP or 2003 they are in:
C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Extenua\C2DCache\
If you’re running Windows Vista, 2008, 7, 2012, or 8 they are in: