Map a Network Drive to an FTP Server!
Tired of uploading and downloading from your FTP Server? WebDrive maps a network drive letter to FTP, SFTP and WebDAV servers, allowing you to open and edit server-based files without the additional step of downloading the file. Using a simple wizard, you assign a network drive letter to the FTP Server. By connecting through a mapped drive, there is no need to learn a separate FTP client interface. You access and edit files on the server the same way that you interact with files on your PC.
WebDrive supports a variety of protocols such as SFTP, WebDAV, FTP/SSL and Amazon S3. WebDrive can also connect to online storage services or your corporate SharePoint Server.
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The WebDrive site manager makes it easy to define your connections. Just enter the server URL and your username and password and press "connect" to map the selected drive letter to your server. You can map the netwok drive to different servers or to different directories on the same server.
WebDrive has built-in support for the industry standard SSL protocol. When used in conjunction with secure WebDAV, FTP, FTPS, or SFTP servers, WebDrive will open an encrypted tunnel between the client computer and the remote server, giving you secure transmission of critical data over the Internet. WebDrive can also be used as an alternative to a corporate VPN. Install the WebDrive client and an SSL enabled server and WebDrive can act as the VPN for your company- an efficient alternative to an expensive VPN and non-secure FTP client connections.
Use WebDrive to access and edit files on your server from within your favorite applications. Rather than launching an FTP Client or SFTP Client to update your files, just open the file directly from its folder on the server and the correct application will launch. When you are finished, simply click save from within the application. No additional steps to upload or download.
Once WebDrive has mapped a drive to your server, you can access it like a local drive. Use a DOS-prompt to use commands such as, copy, xcopy, mkdir, dir, move, etc. [screenshot].