The web disk is not enabled by default. Ask Richard if you want to use this feature.

A web disk acts like a share area. This share area can be used to share documents across the internet with others who have the username / password.

The content of your web disk can be accessed by viewing in your browser.  Note: you will not be able to edit the contents of the web-disk if you use this method.

If you set up a network connection as detailed below, you will create a folder on your desk-top, which you can read  / write to like any other folder on your computer.

Windows 10

  1. Open the Start Menu and then Windows Explorer.
  2. Click Computer in the left pane, then right-click in the right pane and select Add a Network Location.
  3. Click Next on the Welcome to the Add Network Location Wizard.
  4. On the next screen, click “Choose a custom network location”.
  5. Enter the following in the Internet or network address field
  6. Click Next. Enter your Web Disk username and password when the system prompts you.
  7. In the Type a name for this network location field, enter a name that will be easy for you to remember and click Next.
  8. To access the Web Disk right way, verify that the Open this network location when I click Finish checkbox is filled.
  9. Click Finish. Your Web Disk will open.

Other operating systems are supported. Ask Richard if you want to know more.