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Livedrive have always believed that one of our tasks is to make your online data as accessible as possible, so that you can use it in any way you like. That’s one of the reasons why we are so excited about our new Pro Suite package – which, along with providing both Livedrive Backup and Livedrive Briefcase in one easy solution, also lets you access your 5TB of online storage using FTP and WebDAV.

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What are FTP and WebDAV?

FTP and WebDAV are two different ways that applications can communicate with your online storage. Using any of these services (or “protocols”), applications can see what files are in your account, and upload and download files. Many applications and operating systems support at least one of these standards, which means that you can access your files from within a whole range of software and in new and innovative ways.

Why use these services instead of the Livedrive Desktop Software?

Many customers won’t need to. The Livedrive Desktop Software makes accessing files on your computer so easy, and for the vast majority of Livedrive users it provides everything you’ll need. We recommend using the Livedrive Desktop Software where possible.

However there are customers who use operating systems that we don’t yet support, or developers who want to create software that uses Livedrive’s storage, or people who want to automate or access their online storage from within other software. For these customers, FTP and WebDAV are ideal solutions. Please note they are only available to Pro Suite and Business users.

How can I use FTP and WebDAV?

There are many different applications out there that support these services. For example, you could:

  • Access your files from within apps on your mobile phone
  • Display your files as an online drive in Ubuntu or other flavours of Linux
  • Set up third party backup software to upload files directly to Livedrive
  • Get your digital camera to upload photos to your Briefcase as soon as you get home

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Over the next few months we’ll produce a range of tutorials that show you how to access your files from within applications such as these, but one of the most common ways to access files is to use a FTP or WebDAV client – which is software that’s specially designed to access files on services such as Livedrive.

Using FTP from FileZilla

FileZilla is a very popular open source FTP client, available for Windows, Mac and Linux. You can download it from here. Using FileZilla you will be able to browse your Livedrive Briefcase (and Team Folders if you’re a business customer) using FTP.

When you’ve installed and opened FileZilla, the first thing you’ll want to do is add your Livedrive account to it. Go to File > Site Manager and click on New Site.

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  • Host: ftp.livedrive.com
  • Port: leave blank, or 21
  • Protocol: FTP
  • Username: your Livedrive account email address
  • Password: your Livedrive password

Click on the Connect button and FileZilla will connect to your account. You will find you can browse your files in the same way that you would on your computer, and can drag and drop files between your computer and your Livedrive account.

Using WebDAV from Cyberduck

Cyberduck is a popular open source client for Windows and Mac. You can download it here. It supports a number of different protocols – including FTP, so you could use it in the FTP example above instead of FileZilla if you wanted. However one extra protocol that Cyberduck supports is WebDAV.

WebDAV is a very flexible protocol that has been around for a long time, but is increasingly popular as a way for software to talk to remote files. There are many operating systems and applications that now support WebDAV.

Once you’ve installed and opened Cyberduck, click on Open Connection to bring up the new connection window. In the dropdown at the top, you can select the type of connection. Select “WebDAV (Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning” for unencrypted WebDAV, or “WebDAV (HTTP/SSL)” for encrypted WebDAV. Then enter the following details:

Third Party Webdav Client For Mac
  • Connection Type: WebDAV (HTTPS/SSL)
  • Server: webdav.livedrive.com
  • Port: 443
  • Username: your Livedrive email address or subdomain
  • Password: your Livedrive password

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Click on connect and Cyberduck will connect to Livedrive. If you have connection problems then try using your Livedrive subdomain rather than your email address – some WebDav clients don’t like accepting the email address. Once connected, just like with FileZilla, you can browse your folders as you would on your computer, and you can drag and drop files between your desktop and Livedrive.