• When setting up repository access using the Content Gateway, repository content only syncs up to two folder levels. Other sub-folders sync as the AirWatch Console or devices request them. On the Console, the sync occurs when performing a manual sync action inside of a sub-folder. On the device, the sync occurs when an end user navigates to a sub-folder.
  • When connecting to network file shares using the Content Gateway for Windows, the endpoint server and NFS must be on the same domain. Otherwise, if the Content Gateway is on a different domain, it must have domain trust with the domain of NFS.
  • Security focused implementations of Content Gateway for Windows may prevent Content Gateway from impersonating the calling user. If Content Gateway cannot check user access to shared network folders, end user attempts to access a repository using credentials return an Impersonation Failed message. To resolve this issue:
    • Navigate to Security Settings > Local Policies > User Rights Assignment > "Allow log on locally" in the Local Security Policies on the Content Gateway server.
    • Add Allow log on locally, Log on as a service and Access this computer from the network permissions to each user accessing content - successfully invoking user impersonation from the Content Gateway Windows Server to the Windows Network File Share.