You might need to interface with your Web Disk through software that incorporates the WebDAV usefulness, for example, Transmit™ or BitKinex.
cPanel’s Web Disk interface (cPanel >> Home >> Files >> Web Disk) provides configuration scripts for many common operating systems, applications, and devices. Availability of configuration scripts depends on the version of cPanel & WHM that your server uses.
To download the configuration script for a supported operating system or application, perform the following steps:
Important: To discover the setup subtleties for your Web Disk account, explore to cPanel’s Web Disk interface (cPanel >> Home >> Files >> Web Disk) and click Configure Client Access for the ideal record. The interface will show the setup data for the record.
Find the below mentioned instructions for various applications and Operating Systems:
In your favored browser, navigate to https://example.com:2078, where example.com represents your server’s hostname.
In the Start menu, select My Network Places.
Play out the fitting activities for your framework:
Other Windows operating systems — Click the symbol for the area that relates to the Web Disk account’s space.
Windows® XP — Click Add a network place, click Next, select Choose another network location, and then pursue the prompts to finish the configuration procedure.
If you use Windows XP, Windows® Vista, or Windows® 2003, you may encounter errors when you endeavor to associate with your Web Disk account. These working frameworks require a fix that Microsoft no longer offers, and it no longer bolsters these working frameworks.
If you use Windows® 7, a disparity may exist between the measure of disk space that the framework reports and the real accessible disk space. This happens on the grounds that the WebDAV convention, which Web Disk utilizes, can’t query a server’s disk limit. For more data, read Microsoft Support’s article about this issue.