Enabling and disabling site cloaking
Site cloaking is enabled by default. You can disable cloaking permanently or just temporarily to perform an operation on all files, including cloaked files. When you disable site cloaking, all cloaked files are uncloaked. When you enable site cloaking again, any previously cloaked files become cloaked again.
You can also use the Uncloak All option to uncloak all files, but this does not disable cloaking; also there is no way to re-cloak all folders and files that were previously cloaked, except to set cloaking again for each folder and file type.
To enable or disable site cloaking:
- In the Files panel (Window > Files), select a select a site from the pop-up menu where the current site, server, or drive appears.
- Select a file or folder.
- Right-click (Windows) or Control-click (Macintosh), then do one of the following:
- Select Enable/Disable Cloaking.
- Select Settings, then select Cloaking from the category list on the left in the Advanced Site Definition dialog box. Select or deselect Enable Cloaking, then click OK.
Cloaking is enabled or disabled for the site.
- About site cloaking
- Cloaking and uncloaking site folders
- Cloaking and uncloaking specific file types
- Uncloaking all folders and files