First login to your Triofox web portal and click the link to the client downloads link as shown below.
NOTE: It is very important that you log in to Triofox as a user before downloading the Windows or Mac Clients. This gives you access to client installation packages that are already tied to your Triofox account, which makes installation and accessing Triofox easy.
Once you click the download button you will see a page of options including Windows Desktop Client. Click the link to download the Windows Client Installer.
Run the downloaded MSI package to start the installation.
Then click “Next” and follow the instructions to finish. In the Setup Windows Client screen, you can customize the installation if necessary.
Log In to Triofox¶
At the end of the installation, you will be prompted to enter your Triofox user account credentials. These credentials will authorize your Triofox Windows Client and connect it to your Triofox user account. Access to your Windows Client agent is also available under the Windows Start Menu.
If the “Auto-login next time” option is selected (default), the Cloud Windows Client will be launched at Windows Startup. You can see the client icon in the lower right of the desktop or in the right-bottom notifications areas of your task bar.
Accessing Your Files and Folders¶
There are two main ways to use Triofox files and folders.
First, there is a Triofox Cloud Drive.
With the Triofox Cloud Drive, you have direct on-demand access to your files.
Second, there are synchronization folders.
Outside of the Cloud Drive, if you don’t want to change where your existing folders are, you can then attach local folders as an access mechanism. The attached folder will be synchronized with Cloud in a bi-directional way.
Cloud Drive Access¶
After the installation is completed, a system tray icon will appear that allows you to open your Triofox Drive.
If you click the system tray icon (1) which will open the tray menu. You can access the cloud drive by clicking the folder icon (2) which will open Windows Explorer in the Cloud Drive veiw (3).
In the Cloud Drive folder, you can do typical Windows folder functions, and right click to access the Cloud Drive context menu (4).
Back in the Tray Menu, there is an additional menu icon (5) that gives you access to other important functions (e.g., web portal, force sync, sign out, exit, enable debug trace).
Also in the Tray Menu there is a Mangement Console icon (6). If you click this, a browser will open, giving you access to the Management Console.