Large Files Fail to Upload - 404 Error - IIS Server
If you use an IIS Server and are seeing large files failing to upload, and smaller files are uploading just fine, you may need to increase the file size limit set on the server. This is a common issue with IIS servers in particular, as they have a rather low default file size limitation. Links below for guidance:
PDF Files fail to upload or download - Adobe - access denied
If PDF files specifically are failing to upload or download, this may be because of a configuration within Adobe. To resolve, Open Adobe, go into preferences, then Security (Enhanced) and uncheck "Enable Protected Mode at startup" and restart Adobe. ...
Files Deleted in WebDrive Question What happens when I delete files while connected to a server using WebDrive? Answer When using WebDrive, files that are deleted are removed permanently, or moved to a supported Trash or Deleted Files folder. This ...
Original modified times not preserved when uploading to IIS Server
Problem: When uploading files via WebDAV to an IIS 7 server, the modified times are changed to reflect the upload time. This occurs even if the "Set file's modified time after upload to preserve date/time" option is enabled in the WebDrive client. ...
Amazon S3 Connection Fails with an Error
If your Amazon S3 connection fails with an error such as NoSuchBucket or other connect failed error, here are some possibilities: 1. Verify your Amazon connection information, bucket name, and credentials to use 2. Attempt to connect to the top ...
Getting Started: Connecting to an FTP Server
Click the “+” Icon and select the “FTP” option Connection Name: Enter the name you would like to give your connection. You can name this as you choose, or accept the default name Server Address: Enter the URL (ftp.ftpsite.com) or IP Address ...