WebDAV plug-in

WebDAV (Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning) - a special secure network-level protocol that runs over the HTTP. WebDAV provides working with online storages such as Yandex.Disk, Google Drive, Dropbox, Box.com and others.


WebDAV can perform basic and advanced file object-operations on a remote server, and also has build-in support of simultaneous-users working. This allows you to use WebDAV for backups in the rather same way as the local computer. You can make copies in two directions: backup from WebDAV share and backup to WebDAV .

To make a backup via WebDav, go to Step 2 of New Task Wizard and select WebDav options.

Select New Configuration on Step 3 of New Task Wizard, then click OK.


Configure the connection via WebDav.

To configure the connection do the following:

  1. Select the cloud service from the list or fill in the server name of WebDav manually. It’s possible to enter the name or IP address.
  2. Set up the port. Defaul port for WebDav is 443 (over SSL) or 80.
  3. Enter User and Password.

Check “Use temp folder to transfer data” option if server-side of your service doesn’t support receiving files of unknows size.

Now you can use WebDav for backing up your folders and files.

User Manual contents


Installing Standalone Version

Installing Server Version

Installing Workstation

Workstation Configuration


Quick Start

User Manual in PDF, version 7.1.2 (5.3 MB)

User Manual in PDF, version 6 (3 MB)

User Manual for v.6 (old version)

User Manual in PDF, version 7

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