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How to use WebDAV to access your HUB storage

WebDAV is the Distributed Authoring and Versioning extension to the standard HTTP/HTTPS web protocol. It allows a client to browse a remote filesystem, usually with a graphical browser that makes it appear that your files are on your desktop. You may access your hub storage using only the secure version of this service (HTTPS). We do not support HTTP. Most modern computer platforms support HTTPS transport for WebDAV with either small adjustments or freely available software

Please see - https://help.hubzero.org/documentation/current/tooldevs/accesshomedir/webdav

 

 

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    vijay verma

    I am using windows 7. how to prepare the input file for VAMUCH and how to upload the input file for analysis.

     

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      Wenbin Yu

      Please refer to https://cdmhub.org/kb/tools/how-do-i-use-a-commandline-tool-on-cdmhub. If you still have questions, please ask in my research group https://cdmhub.org/members/groups/swiftcomp

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    Wenbin Yu

    Please refer to https://cdmhub.org/kb/tools/how-do-i-use-a-commandline-tool-on-cdmhub. If you still have questions, please ask in my research group https://cdmhub.org/members/groups/swiftcomp

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    Helene Lomkin

    Hello,

    I've successfully done everything as described above for Windows.

    But unfortunatelly I cannot add any files to the folders. Neither I can open any new folders in the drive.

    I get a notfication "Element not found", even I want to add a completely new folder.

    Any help is greatly appreciated!

    Regards.

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