Thursday, April 28 2022
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Hello there,
i'm not sure if your Plugin really fits my needs, maybe you can help.

First of all I need a Plugin that integrates OneDrive to WP-Media library and want to manage access to folders for backend users.
I see that this feature ist covered.

Is it possible to use the "replace" feature from WP Media Folder on OneDrive?
Can I change the filename, unsing the "replace"-feature?

I want to offer files for Download on the Frontend.
Some files should only be offered for registered / logged-in users.
So if a registered user shares the URL to a non registered user, the non-registered user will get an error.
So links and download buttons must not show the absolute url to the file but rather an url to a script which sends the file to the Browser as a Download
in case the user is registered and logged in. Is that covered by on of your Plugins?
I don't need fancy frontend file browser features,
I just want to display a simple link, but keep the logic for registered/non-registered users.

I might use the https://www.wpdownloadmanager.com/ -Plugin for the latter, do you have any information if this Plugin is compatible to your WP Media Folder -Plugin and OneDrive integration?

Thanks and Best regards,
Stefan
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2 months ago
Hi,

Thanks for contacting us here about this extension.

First of all I need a Plugin that integrates OneDrive to WP-Media library and want to manage access to folders for backend users.
I see that this feature ist covered.


This feature has been released recently. Please go here for more details:

https://www.joomunited.com/wordpress-documentation/wp-media-folder/198-wp-media-folder-folders-and-media#toc-restrict-folders-access

Is it possible to use the "replace" feature from WP Media Folder on OneDrive?
Can I change the filename, unsing the "replace"-feature?


The Replace feature is not possible for media from cloud servers, it works on the local one.

I want to offer files for Download on the Frontend.
Some files should only be offered for registered / logged-in users.
So if a registered user shares the URL to a non registered user, the non-registered user will get an error.
So links and download buttons must not show the absolute url to the file but rather an url to a script which sends the file to the Browser as a Download
in case the user is registered and logged in. Is that covered by on of your Plugins?
I don't need fancy frontend file browser features,
I just want to display a simple link, but keep the logic for registered/non-registered users.

I might use the https://www.wpdownloadmanager.com/ -Plugin for the latter, do you have any information if this Plugin is compatible to your WP Media Folder -Plugin and OneDrive integration?


It's not possible with media from cloud servers in the WordPress Download Manager plugin as we know.


Hope this helps!
Best Regards,
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