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.
Before you can access your files remotely using the Web Disk feature, you must set up a user account. This article covers how to create, modify, and delete a Web Disk account.
Learn how to access your Web Disks on a Linux or BSD operating system. This article covers how to access a Web Disk using the Nautilus file manager, as well as how to access a Web Disk account using either the Konqueror browser or Dolphin file manager.
Learn how to access your Web Disks on Microsoft operating systems. This article delves into how to access Web Disks using Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows 2000, and Windows 98.
Learn how to access your Web Disks on the Apple operating system versions Mac OS X v10.4 (Tiger,) v10.5 (Leopard,) v10.6 (Snow Leopard,) v10.7 (Lion,) and v10.8 (Mountain Lion.)