Horizon Files uses a COS to define a policy around what a user is allowed to do. In this example, we are going to take a look at the default COS policy and the options that are available to configure in building our own COS. A COS can apply to either a user or a group, but a user/group can only have one COS applied to them at any time.
You will then see the following screenshot which displays the current valid COS configurations. From here you can view, edit, copy, or create a new COS.
In this example, we are going to view the default COS and look at the configurations; so click on default (2) to view the default COS.
You will now see the default COS displayed.
If you have more than one data-va appliance, any changes or new COS that you create will take 15 minutes before it will be applied to the users as this is the refresh interval between the virtual appliances.