WebDrive 9.10.2273  

WebDrive is more than just an FTP Client. By connecting to WebDAV, FTP, Amazon S3, FTPS, or SFTP servers through a virtual drive, there is no need to run a separate FTP client interface. Unlike a typical FTP client, WebDrive allows you to open and edit server-based files without the additional download step. 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 the site manager to define the servers you wish to map to drive letters. Enter the server URL and your username and password and press "connect," to map the selected drive letter to your server. You can map different directories on the same server to unique drive letters. This provides easier access to frequently updated directories. You can also map unique drive letters to different server types - one drive to an SFTP server, one to a WebDAV server and another to an FTP or FTPS server. You can also map a drive to Amazon Web Services. This is functionality not available in typical FTP software.

WebDrive supports WebDAV, the Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning protocol. WebDAV enables collaboration on a centrally located set of files. WebDAV is also more firewall friendly than other protocols. By mapping a drive letter to a WebDAV server, WebDrive allows you to lock files, modify them, and then release the locks so that others can view and edit. By using WebDAV locking concepts, WebDrive ensures data integrity.

Because WebDrive can connect to FTP, FTPS, SFTP, S3 and WebDAV servers, user's can store, access and collaborate on files in many locations – though the familiar interface of a drive letter.

Advanced features:

» SFTP Support - Use WebDrive to connect to your SFTP/SSH server for fast, secure file access. SFTP is supported when running under Windows NT/2K/XP/03. Windows 9x is not supported.
» Amazon S3 Support - Use WebDrive to connect to your Amazon Web Services online storage account.
» Microsoft FrontPage Support - Connect to any website running the Microsoft FrontPage extensions.
» Firewall/Proxy server support - Login through a variety of proxy servers and firewalls, including MS Proxy 2.0, SOCKS 4.3 and SOCKS 5, and Raptor (gwpasswd).
» S/KEY Password Encryption - Use MD4 & MD5 password encryption for supported FTP servers.
» Foreign Language Support - Support for Far East languages like Japanese, and Chinese using DBCS.
» File Caching - WebDrive caches both file and directory listings for quick access. You can control the amount of disk space used for the cache, and whether to cache files, directory listings, or both.
» FTP resume interrupted download.
» Support for Unix file attributes through an Explorer shell extension as well as a command line utility.
» Options to transfer files in ASCII/Binary mode based on file extension.

Size : 6.6 MB




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