Network Folders :: WebDAV Connection Guide

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WebDAV is an alternative method of transferring files to your Network Folder from your computer via a web browser using HTTP/HTTPS, instead of using a Secure File Transfer Protocol (sftp) application such as SSH. However, an SFTP application is recommended for Windows Vista, Windows7, and MacOS X users.

Before you begin

To configure a WebDAV connection, you will need to have available:

  1. Your HSU User Name (the part of your campus email address before the @ symbol).
    You will need to include the domain name with your login in the format HSU-AD\user name

    authentication required

    If you do not know your HSU User Name, you can find it by logging into the Account Center and clicking "Personal Information." You can also contact the Technology Help Desk at (707) 826-4357.
     

  2. The server address - https://users.humboldt.edu

Connection Instructions

Click on the appropriate link below for how to connect to your Network Folder using WebDAV. Note that HSU no longer supports the use of WebDAV on Windows Vista, Windows 7, or Mac OS X systems; you must use SFTP to transfer files from these platforms.

Windows XP

Linux KDE

If you have problems

Contact the Technology Help Desk at (707) 826-HELP (4357), submit a trouble ticket online, or stop by Library 120.

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