How To Articles

Please take the time to review each of these articles. Each contains in-depth information pertaining to how SwissDisk can be used with your particular operating system or choice of hardware. If you have any questions or require additional information, please contact our Customer Support Center.

The SwissDisk Web Interface

How to Use the SwissDisk Web Interface
Learn the details and features of the SwissDisk web interface and how you can have one click access to the data on your encrypted storage.

SwissDisk and Handheld Computers

How to Use SwissDisk With Handheld Devices
A detailed outline and examples of how you can integrate your SwissDisk into your mobile computing world.

Windows - Built-in WebDAV Support with Web Folders

How to Use Windows Built-In Web Folders
Web Folders is a built-in WebDAV accessibility feature to many Windows operating systems. It allows you to add your SwissDisk account as a "Network Place" so that you can move, rename and save files directly to your SwissDisk account via Windows Explorer. Web Folders is supported by Windows 98, ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows 2003 Server.

Windows - Integrated Volume Access with WebDrive

How to Use SwissDisk as a Windows Network Drive
Using a software solution called WebDrive, you can map your SwissDisk account via WebDAV to a network drive, whereby enabling you to open, edit, and save files directly on your encrypted storage space. It is important to note that WebDrive is NOT FREE, nor is it a SwissDisk product. It is also not necessary to use WebDrive as a means to connect to your SwissDisk

Mac OS X - WebDAV Volume Access with Built-in Support

How to Mount SwissDisk As a Mac Volume
Know how to use Mac OS X's built-in support for WebDAV to mount your SwissDisk as another dirve for full Finder integration. This is by far the easiest and best method to use your encrypted online storage, as it will allow you to open and save files directly from your mounted SwissDisk.

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