How can I enable file logging in WebDrive?
1. From the main WebDrive screen, click on "Settings".
2. Click on "Logging".
3. Check the box for "Enable application logging".
4. Choose the level of logging you would prefer.
NOTE: Errors and Info are useful for general use and result in smaller log files.
For troubleshooting issues, Debug level log files allow the support team to see everything that is happening.
Getting Started: Logging
Logs are files that record communication between WebDrive (the client) and the server. You can enable logging in WebDrive in the main application settings. Logging Level: Decides the level of detail to include in the logs Errors: ...
2019: How can I enable file logging in WebDrive?
Go to App Settings --> Logging and you can use the checkboxes to enable logging and also select the level of logging that you would like. You can also select the location for the log files to be stored and view the stored log files.
Recover File from Cache
Recover a File from Cache Question In WebDrive, can I recover files from the cache? Answer Yes, you can recover files from cache. Steps Navigate to the Cache Folder location for WebDrive. By default, this is %localappdata%\WebDrive\FileCache If you ...
2019: Moving or Changing a WebDrive License to a New or Different Computer
How can I move WebDrive to a new machine? Use the Export feature in WebDrive to export your Site Database and User Settings out to a .reg file. Run WebDrive, then from the main menu, select FILE -> EXPORT and export your data out to a file. Copy that ...
2019 and NG: WebDrive Logging Guide
WebDrive Next Gen: Go to the "Settings" tab and then click on "Logging". Enable logging and then choose the desired level of logging. Info is generally recommended (or Verbose for some more detail). WebDrive 2019 and Older: Here is a guide for ...