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Adding files through the Web Application

Adding files through the Web Application

You may upload files directly to the device by using the G-CONNECT Web Application Upload feature. We recommend this if you have an individual file or small groups of files. This is a perfect option for users that are on the go.

Files can be uploaded by either dragging and dropping into the window shown above or by selecting files from the 'Browse' window.

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Article ID: 114 Article Created: 07-22-2013 16:35 PMLast Modified: 07-22-2013 16:35 PM

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