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How to connect server drive (WebDAV) on a local computer? (For Windows)

After the Ace support team completes the WebDAV configuration and shares the confirmation with you, follow the steps below to connect to a server drive on your local Windows PC using File Explorer’s built-in functionality.

Learn how to connect to a server drive (WebDAV) on your local Windows computer with a simple step-by-step guide:

  1. Go to This PC on your local computer.


  2. From the top menu bar, select Computer.


  3. Select Map network drive.


  4. Select any drive except the internal drive and paste the server link provided to you in the Folder dialog box.
    For example: https://SERVERNAME/webdav.


  5. Check the box for Reconnect at sign-in and click Finish.


  6. Once you click Finish, you will be connected to your server and asked to enter your login credentials to finish WebDAV setup.


Note: Make sure to select Remember my credentials option.


Here’re the 3 benefits of connecting server drive (WebDAV) on a local Windows computer:

  • Increased Productivity: Direct access to the server disc enables quicker file retrieval and sharing, reducing the time spent looking for files and boosting productivity overall.
  • Collaboration and File Sharing: Sharing files and collaborating with others is made simple by connecting to a server disc. The server’s simultaneous access and editing by several users promote practical cooperation and simplified file sharing.
  • Remote Access: WebDAV enables remote access to your data and ensures workplace flexibility by connecting you to the server disc from any location with an internet connection.

Conclusion: You can benefit from improved file access, collaboration, and data security by connecting to a server disc (WebDAV) from your local computer. This will eventually improve your workflow and productivity.
If you’re still having trouble connecting to a server drive (WebDAV) and need more help, add contact numbers lineDonefeel free to contact us at +1-855-223-4887.