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CloudMounter FAQ

While using CloudMounter you can seamlessly connect Google Cloud Storage and benefit from this storage. However, to mount it you need to use an Amazon S3 co...Read full answer
Up to macOS 10.15, CloudMounter managed to disable the generation of files preview on the mounted drives and with the release of macOS 10.15, it is ...Read full answer
Check the table below to find the answer what kind of connection to choose in order to add and benefit from various services. Name of the service What con...Read full answer
The onsite version of CloudMounter supports the following versions of FUSE. The software will not use the other versions of FUSE in its work, despite being ...Read full answer
Yes, the file size limits are as follows: Dropbox - 350 GB; Google Drive - 5 TB; Amazon S3 - 5 TB; Microsoft OneDrive - 10 GB; OpenStack Swift - 5 GB;...Read full answer
When opening your mounted drives in Finder, you may notice special icons on your files. They are there to let you know at a glance the status of your uploa...Read full answer
To enable or disable the display of the status icons on your files, the context menus for the encryption feature and Dropbox, Google Drive or Amazon S3, nav...Read full answer
If you wish other users to see and access your mounted volumes when Fast User Switching is used you need to: Use the site version of CloudMounter. Instal...Read full answer
The current onsite version of CloudMounter supports the following versions of FUSE: macOS 10.12-10.14 - FUSE versions 3.8.2 and later. macOS 10.15 - FUSE...Read full answer
Please keep in mind the following factors while using the encryption feature in CloudMounter: 1. Enabling the encryption globally in the app's preferen...Read full answer
Mounted drives will remain case-insensitive regardless of the type of connection used, when FUSE for macOS is not present in the system.
Below you can find a step-by-step guide on how to set access to a specific Amazon S3 bucket for a single user (a bucket user-lionin the example): Go to...Read full answer
Disks mounted with CloudMounter are located in: for the onsite version of CloudMounter: ~/.CMVolumes for App Store version of CloudMounter: ~/Library/Co...Read full answer
If the file/folder is larger than 10MB or the folder contains more than 10 files you will receive the error saying that there was an error while renaming or...Read full answer
When working, CloudMounter cache files when dealing with them. However, if there is a big number of files or they are too large, they can take a lot of spac...Read full answer