WebDrive Transfer Speeds Slow
Q: Why are my WebDrive transfers (download or upload) slower than they were before? Or why are they slower sometimes and faster at other times?
A: WebDrive does not perform any throttling on any transfers. Downloads should come across at close to top available speeds based on the capability of the server and the bandwidth available. Uploads will lose some speed because of caching that occurs, but again this is based on the bandwidth available and the server's capabilities as well. When speeds are inconsistent, it is likely related to the current state of the server or an overload of activity on the server at the time.
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 ...
Speed up slow UNC access in WebDrive
If you are experiencing long delays when using UNC paths or Microsoft office applications it could be because of a slow UNC timeout. Sometimes when an application attempts to open a UNC path like "\\WebDrive\<sitename>\Myfile.doc", the standard LAN ...
Where can I find pricing/cost information for WebDrive?
You can find pricing information for WebDrive products here: WebDrive Pricing and Purchasing
What are the system requirements for WebDrive?
Windows Mac WebDrive is supported on the 64-bit editions of Windows. Windows 11 Windows 10 Windows 8 Windows Server 2019 Windows Server 2016 R2 editions Windows Server 2016, all editions Windows Server 2012-R2 editions Windows Server 2012, all ...
Transfer Old/Expired License to New Computer
You can transfer an expired license to another computer. You can Deactivate the license in WebDrive on the older computer, and then Activate the license on a different computer. The exception would be that WebDrive Version 10, for example, is not ...