Hi, I’ve got a nextcloud install working, but I have a bit of an odd usecase.
I need to disable file uploads from certain locations, but allow them from others.
Due to the situation, the location which should not be able to upload will be using a specific browser, and not have permissions to install the desktop app.
Thus, by either blacklisting uploads from the specific browser (Chrome), or blacklisting uploads from all browsers but allowing it from the desktop/mobile apps, I can accomplish what I need.
Is there any way to accomplish this?
I don’t know the reasons for your idea. But why don’t you send your management this link?
I think it is not really possible to use user agent of the browser to allow/disallow file upload to Nextcloud. But you can perhaps manipulate the source code. I believe the Nextcloud client uses a special user agent. Perhaps this can be extended or used in some way. But i think then you can not use the special browser anymore for Nextcloud.
I think it would be better to separate through networks and not through browsers. I think here, too, a distinction regarding upload is not possible.
You can probably recommend to the management to throw away their iPhones, where there is probably no limitation even with regard to the internet.