File Explorer on your computer by pressing
What is WebDAV?
WebDAV is, at its roots, an HTTP extension that has the role of helping you manage data and information on your server remotely. WebDAV comes from Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning and it's being used for namespace management, and also to manage properties about a modification date or an author. It's designed as a collaborative platform serving the purpose of helping site owners better manage their files with no extra hassle.
Now we will go over the basics of setting up your WebDAV client on your computer.
Mounting as Local Drive in Windows
To successfully map WebDAV in Windows 10/11 you will need to follow these next steps:
Browse through the list, find
This PC, and right-click on it;
Map network drive;
Select which hard drive you want to install the WebDAV on;
Browse and pick the folder where you wish to edit or add WebDAV files;
Make sure you tick the
Connect using different credentials and
Reconnect at sign-in boxes;
Click on the
Connect to a website that you can use to store your documents and pictures;
Next -> Choose a custom network location -> Next;
This is the last step, where you just need to type in your credentials and just follow the instructions that appear on your screen. Now you have successfully mapped WebDAV on your computer.