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Restoring with WebDav

You can restore files using our web interface which will download your files as a ZIP file.  You can also use the built-in WebDav connection in Windows Explorer to access your files as a remote network drive.  However in some cases when doing a bulk restore, a WebDav client may offer some advantages.  Since WebDav is an open standard you may be able to use your favorite FTP client to setup a connection to your SafeCopy account.   We can recommend BitKinex for Windows and Transmit for the Mac if you don't have one already.  Below is a screenshot of how you configure the settings:

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Then you can connect to your account which has WebDav permissions to download and delete.  Any new files must be added to your account through the SafeCopy software client.

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    Grayaii

    I couldn't get FileZilla to work, but I got BitKinex to work just fine.  Just remember, in BitKinex, make sure you create a Site under "Http/WebDav", not FTP! (I think by default it creates a Site under FTP... you have to explicitly create one under Http:/WebDav).  Download speeds seem to be pretty good from safecopybackup.

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    Copyglov

    hello, i'm trying bitkinex and thank for your information

    during transfert files from safecopy to my pc the connection stop and receive

    FIN received

    connection closed

    do you knowwhat it mean??

    thank

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