With the help of the WebDAV interface, you can access your data just like you access a network drive (reading and writing). WebDAV is an open standard and is directly supported in Microsoft Windows, Apple Mac OS X and other systems.
Categories correspond to directories and file names correspond to the original
file names of your files (which you can, of course, change as well).
The extension is activated by an entry in config.ini:
Insert this entry or remove the comment character (";") in front of the existing entry.
Edit all other options here; these are described in detail in the file itself.
After installation, your files are available through WebDAV. For the client, you will need the WebDAV URL. You can find this URL in Manja: Administration -> Information -> Web Services.
Mac OS X
In the Finder menu "go to", select the command "connect to server".
In the following dialog, enter the WebDAV URL and click on "connect".
You will be asked to enter user name and password; enter the user name and password for your Manja user account here.
Mac OS X Performance
In order to show file icons and previews, the Finder has to download files completely.
In order to avoid this, you should deactivate the following options within the display options (e.g. by right clicking on the volume -> "show display options"):
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Windows Vista, 7, 8 & 10: Preparations
To enable WebDAV access on Windows Vista, 7, 8 or 10, you first have to change a setting in the windows registry.