How do I share folders in Workspace 2.0 using the sync client?

Follow these instructions to install and use the sync client for Workspace 2.0.


To perform these instructions you must have a Workspace 2.0 account and be able to log into the website at


Go to and log in with your EAD credentials and the group id UBC.

On the main My Content Page click the link for Content Locker Sync, choose your operating system and download the client (Airwatch content locker synch).

Install the downloaded client. Mac OSX may require additional framework installations.

Log into the sync client. It will prompt you to give it the name of your computer and to choose a sync folder. Log in with your normal workspace credentials.

The sync folder will now synchronize files and folders with no need to go to the web page.

You can now access the sharing options by right clicking files in the Personal Content Locker folder and choosing the share icon.

For more information or assistance, please contact the ITServices Helpdesk - 250.807.9000 or 855.807.9001.
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