I would like to know FRP can support cloud storage like Dropbox, Google Drive, BOX, etc as a share encrypted files place.
In my scenario, system A and system B install FRP and have same encryption key. System C doesn't install FRP.
At first, system A encrypts a plan text file, upload the encrypted file to the cloud storage.
Secondly, system B accesses the encrypted file in the cloud storage, it can open the encrypted file.
And then, system C accesses the encrypted file in the cloud storage, it cannot open the encrypted file.
Is this scenario correct?
Are you primarily looking at browser or the sync folders on the endpoint machines as the access mechanism for these cloud storage service providers? We plan to introduce OOB functionality to enable such scenarios in a future release.