Knowledge Base

Using the Web Disk feature

The Web Disk feature is cPanel's implementation of the Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV) protocol.

You can use the Web Disk feature to manage your web site's files as if they are stored on your local computer. For example, if your computer runs Microsoft Windows, you can use the Web Disk feature to work with your remote web site files in Windows Explorer. If your computer runs Mac OS X, you can work with your files in the Finder, and so on.

Read the following articles to learn more about how to manage and use the Web Disk feature.

Web Disk Accounts

Before you can access your files remotely using the Web Disk feature, you must set up a user account. Learn how to configure Web Disk accounts here.

Accessing Web Disks on Linux and BSD

Learn how to access your Web Disks on a Linux or BSD operating system.

Accessing Web Disks on Microsoft Operating Systems

Learn how to access your Web Disks on Microsoft operating systems.

Accessing Web Disks on Apple Operating Systems

Learn how to access your Web Disks on Apple operating systems.

Publishing calendars with the Web Disk feature

Learn how to publish calendars on your web site using cPanel's Web Disk feature.