Storage Made Easy produces a number of client-side applications allowing you to access your files via different platforms, like Mobile, Web and Desktop.
By default our client applications come pre-configured to work with StorageMadeEasy.com, however if you are using our Enterprise Appliance either on-premise or through our IaaS service, the endpoint in these client applications will need to be changed so that it functions against your appliance.
There are two options to configure the endpoints:
Custom branded for the customer with pre-configured endpoints. Please contact us for more details on this option.
The normal Storage Made Easy clients that are provided with the Appliance and that can be downloaded from the relevant mobile App Stores can be used by changing the API endpoint. Please see further details below on how to achieve this.
This article steps through the second option, instructing you how to change the default endpoint on the client applications.
Download the App from the Google Play Store and from the front screen click the
Menu (three dots) ->
Server option and change the endpoint to be your appliance hostname.
Download the App from the Apple App Store and from the front login screen click the
Go offline option and from the subsequent menu click
Settings. Change the endpoint to be
Now navigate back to the login screen.
First download the App from the BlackBerry App Store. To change the endpoint of the BlackBerry client then from the App login screen choose
Settings from the menu. This will display the server endpoint screen. From here you can change the endpoint to your own appliance hostname or IP.
Download the App from the Microsoft App Store and from the front screen change the endpoint to be your appliance hostname or IP address.
Download the App from the Appliance or from the link given to you by SME. From System Preferences and select SME. At the bottom of the screen change the endpoint to match your appliance hostname or IP.
Install the tools either from the link provided and launch the SME Control panel once installed. From the Account tab change the endpoint to be
The Windows Tablet app has a drop down option for the On-Premise Cloud Appliance and underneath you should simply enter your appliance hostname or IP. The settings are accessible from the charm bar when first launching the App.
The Linux Tools actually contain 3 Apps bundled from one install. You can access the properties from each and simply choose to change the endpoint to your own appliance hostname or IP.