User added sites

Apart from the configured content sites pushed to Docs@Work, device users can add both corporate and personal sites. Device users can add the following types of sites:

  • SharePoint

  • Network Drive

  • Box

  • Dropbox

  • Cloud Storage

To add corporate sites, the device user will need the following information:

  • The site’s URL. The URL must include http:// or https://. Both domain name and IP address are supported.

  • Type of Authentication for Network drives. The authentication setting is labeled No Authentication.

Device users should enable this setting, if the site does not require authentication or you have set up Kerberos Single Sign On.

  • Type of authentication for SharePoint servers. This can be Corporate, Office 365, NoAuthn, or Federated.

Authentication type



User authenticates with on-premise SharePoint using either Windows NTLM or Forms-based authentication with corporate credentials. User credentials can be domain\username or just username, depending on how SharePoint is set up with Windows domain authentication.

Office 365

User authenticates with Office 365 SharePoint using the authentication mechanism supported by Office 365. User credentials map to the user’s account on Office 365, or to the user’s AD credentials. If Office 365 has been integrated with corporate AD, then user’s SharePoint credentials map to AD credentials.


User does not need to provide any credentials for authentication. Access to on-premise SharePoint is setup with Kerberos Constrained Delegation (using Standalone Sentry), or the SharePoint server supports anonymous access.


User enters the enterprise AD or LDAP credentials to authenticate to the SharePoint server. The SharePoint server must be set up to use Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS).

Configuring HTTP/2 support on SharePoint sites in Ivanti Docs@Work

If you are unable to open HTTPS SharePoint sites configured in the Docs@Work app, as the Docs@Work app requests are going as HTTP/2 protocol and sentry is not handling the traffic for HTTP/2. To fix this, configure Nginx server over IIS as a reverse proxy. As IIS has limited functionality to support HTTP/2.

When configuring the Nginx as reverse proxy, the HTTPS SharePoint requests are downgraded to HTTP/1 and Sentry is able to process the traffic.

  • Web View. (Only for iOS devices) For SharePoint sites, the device user can turn on Web View to be able to view and navigate SharePoint folders in browser view.