The OwnCloud One-Click App** provides a quick way to set up file sharing and other cloud services on a server, under your control. In this guide, you'll learn how to set up the app and start using it to its full potential.

Starting up:
When your order is processed, you will be able to see in your personal cabinet the credentials to access the Owncloud control panel.


After clicking on "Control Panel " in the order description, you will be taken to the login page, your ownCloud. Log in with the username and password indicated in the description, you can now start using it.

Adding a domain name:*
If you have your own domain and you want to host your ownCloud there, you will need to execute the following commands by connecting to the server via SSH (you can find out how to do this in [this guide] (

cd /var/www/owncloud/
sudo -u www-data php occ config:system:set trusted_domains 3*

*where, is the name of your domain

Include file encryption:
For additional security, you can encrypt the contents of files on disk. To do this, you need to enable the encryption plugin. You can find it under Applications → Not enabled → Default encryption module:


Next, click on the user name in the right corner and select "Administration".
After that, left in the menu select "Server-side encryption" and check the "Enable server-side encryption" checkbox
After its activation it is necessary to re-login in yourCloud.


**enter the recovery key and its confirmation and click "Enable recovery key".


Account Setup:
Also, you can change the details of your account, such as your username, password, and email address.


This completes the setup of your personal cloud storage.

In addition to file sharing, OwnCloud comes with a calendar, contacts, and a document editor that are pre-installed and enabled. As well, you can install a wide range of third-party apps that are available at and clients to sync your computer, Android device or iPhone files.

Updated Jan. 28, 2019