SpiderOak Share can connect to SpiderOak’s default back end (which is offered as a Software as a Service product), or it can be used with the back end hosted locally at your company or organization. All users install and use the same SpiderOak Share application regardless of which back end it will ultimately connect to. In order for SpiderOak Share to connect to the correct back end you will be prompted to enter a Team URL.
Where do I get the Team URL from?
The administrator of your team’s account should provide you with the Team URL as part of the setup process. It’s possible your admin called the Team URL by a different name, CIF URL. This stands for Connection Information File, which is what the Team URL points to. The Connection Information File gives SpiderOak Share directions on how to connect to the right back end for your team.
After entering the Team URL click the Continue button. You will be prompted to continue the Sign Up or Log In process.