Initial setup (for Account Admins only)
For your team to start using our WebDrive (AKA "WebDAV" or "DAV"), you first need to add the service to your CloudForge project:
(also make sure you have added users to your project)
Connecting to your existing WebDrive (For all users)
Once your project has WebDrive service enabled, grab the access URL:
i.e. https://ORG.drive.cloudforge.com/projects/PROJECT_NAME and then map a network drive in your operating system (see below)
Note: If you don't see the WebDrive access URL on your project page: You either don't have access, or it hasn't been created yet. Please contact your Cloudforge Account Administrator.
Click on the background of your desktop -> Go (menu item - top bar) -> Connect to Server. Then enter your WebDrive URL. You’ll then be prompted for your Cloudforge username password.
(You can also press 'command + K' on a Finder window)
Click on Start -> Right Click on Computer -> Map a Network Drive (also available on Nework from the Windows Explorer)
Select a Drive letter (ie :Z) > Paste the Access URL into the "Folder" field > Check "Connect using different credentials" > Finish > Enter your Cloudforge credentials
Note: Native Microsoft Windows support for WebDrive has had some issues in the past. Please see the following article for references to external links:
KDE: Open the KDE Run Command dialog and enter knetattach -> Run -> Select WebFolder -> enter your WebDrive access URL, username / password, port 443 and your done
Gnome: Open Places -> Connect to Server -> select Secure WebDAV (HTTPS) under service type -> enter your WebDrive access URL (minus the 'https://' part), username / password, port 443 and your done
Command Line: To access your DAV drive using the Linux Console, you will need to install support for the WebDrive Linux File System (davfs2). More information can be found at http://dav.sourceforge.net.
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