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WebDav initial directory is @Home?

John R 5 years ago updated by Vlad R 4 months ago 3

When logging in via the web, the first directory is My Files.
When accessing via WebDav, the first directory is @Home (where the capital H is important)


Is this correct?

Why different?
Thx

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That is correct. If the WebDAV root folder would be restricted to the contents of the user's home folder, we wouldn't be able to provide access to other resources via WebDAV. For example, in the Enterprise version, you can also access via WebDAV files and folders internally shared by other FileRun users.

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That is correct. If the WebDAV root folder would be restricted to the contents of the user's home folder, we wouldn't be able to provide access to other resources via WebDAV. For example, in the Enterprise version, you can also access via WebDAV files and folders internally shared by other FileRun users.

That's a pity. 

I'm pretty sure it could be done differently - and still access the other resources, with a special syntax.

Most users deal with the home folder - and it makes much more sense to have it as a root folder.

For me, that's one of the reasons I moved away from FileRun

Append /@Home to the WebDAV connection path and there's your home folder, in the root of your connection.