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Drambo WebDAV under Windows
I've just noticed that using WebDAV with a Windows 10 machine might not be as straightforward as it should be, so here's a quick tip on how to make it work without having to use Windows Explorer:
- Download WinSCP from https://winscp.net/eng/index.php and install
- Select "Session" => "New Session" from the menu or just CTRL+N
- Choose "New Site", select WebDAV under File Protocol, No encryption
- Enter the WebDAV URL shown by Drambo under "Host name" without the ":8080" and enter "8080" under "Port number".
- Hit "Save", then "Login" to connect. The right explorer shows the Drambo files, the left explorer is your local storage. Select file(s) and/or folder(s) on the right and hit function key F5 to copy.
Using WinSCP is quite fast, it took only 2 seconds to copy my whole preset folder with over 400 presets inside.
(Or, using Windows Explorer anyway: Choose Tools => Map network drive => Enter the WebDAV URL in the "Folder:" field (works too but it's much slower and reportedly the new file Explorer in Windows 10 has a bug that prevents it from copying folders?)).
WinSCP is quite fast, it took only 2 seconds over WiFi to copy my whole preset folder with over 400 presets inside.
Ghisler Total Commander plus Ghisler's own WebDAV plugin work great too btw.
Great tips thanks !
It's working ok in Win10 for me, I'm using this address format in the file explorer address bar and also as a network location address shortcut:
I'm not sure of the speed comparison, but I prefer having a network location shortcut rather than launching an app to connect.
I hope that Jonatan adds Webdav to audioshare, I discussed it with him sometime last year and he was open to it....
"Works for me." Win 10 version 2004, current updates to July 20. I can easily copy a Drambo folder using Windows Explorer; no additional app required. I created the network object using the format suggested by Drambo. Windows has morphed it to the format posted by @Carnbot.
Thanks for the info @uncledave and @Carnbot 👍🏻
Just tried WebDAV for the first time. I have a Windows desktop and couldn't connect at first.
The problem I had was an option in my iPad Wifi settings - I had "Private Wi-Fi Address" turned on which made my iPad invisible to my local network.
After unchecking it, everything worked directly from File Explorer by just entering the address from Drambo.