I am trying to access a shared folder that is password protected. Currently, I can get the contents of the folder with list_folder() but it is unclear how I would get actual downloads for the files. If I was accessing my own account I could use get_temporary_link() but I am struggling to find the equivalent for a shared, password-protected folder.
In particular, get_shared_link_file() returns "shared_link_access_denied", even when supplied with the correct password for the folder.
It sounds like you're trying to use /2/sharing/get_shared_link_file, but are unexpectedly getting a `shared_link_access_denied` error. I just tried it out myself, and it looks like there may be an issue with that right now. We'll look into it.
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