4. WebDAV

WebDAV calls Web-based distributed authoring and versioning and is a network protocol for delivering files over the Internet. Via WebDAV you can access files or folders of the Unibox.

To access folders via WebDAV, you must log in using the Unibox user account. Other users need at least read access to the folder, otherwise access is denied.

You can access all your folders by using the URL: unibox.uni-rostock.com/webdav. The address can be used in any WebDAV client to access the documents stored in the Unibox.

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4.1. WebDAV on Windows

4.1.1. Via Windows Explorer

Open Windows Explorer and select "This PC". In the Ribbon or by right-clicking on "This PC", select "Add Network Address".

 

Then follow the wizard:

 

Enter the WebDAV URL:

 

Then you can give a meaningful name, as the WebDAV folder should be called.

The setup is complete and the created WebDAV access can be opened directly.

WebDAV access is displayed under Network Addresses under "This PC".

Navigate to the folder to access or edit your Unibox folders and files.

4.1.2. Via Command line

Open a command line (for example cmd.exe).
Use the net use command to mount the folder:

net use W: unibox.uni-rostock.de/webdav /user:USERNAME PASSWORD

The drive letter can be chosen arbitrarily. Please replace USERNAME and PASSWORD with your username and password.

 

4.2. WebDAV on Linux

For example, WebDAV on Linux can be used with davfs2 or fusedav.
Open the shell and use eg the davfs2 command to mount the folder:

mount.davfs https://unibox.uni-rostock.de/webdav -o username=USERNAME

Please replace USERNAME and PASSWORD with your username and password.

4.3. WebDAV on Mac OS

Select "Go to" and then "Connect to Server ...".

Enter the WebDAV URL for a connection to Unibox:

Confirm the connection attempt:

Enter your username and password:

Then the WebDAV access is displayed in the Finder and you can navigate within the folders and edit files.