Cyberduck Mountain Duck CLI

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Cyberduck Help / Howto / WebDAV

You can connect to any WebDAV compliant server using both HTTP and HTTP/SSL.

Authentication Methods

Both HTTP Basic Authentication and Digest Authentication is supported.

NTLM Authentication for Microsoft SharePoint

If you need to set the domain you can do this using a hidden configuration option.

defaults write ch.sudo.cyberduck webdav.ntlm.domain MYDOMAIN

Settings specific to service providers

Connecting to MobileMe iDisk

Choose MobileMe iDisk as the connection protocol. The bookmarks will be cofigured with your settings in the Mobile Me configuration panel in the System Preferences.

Connecting to GMX Mediacenter

  • Select WebDAV (HTTP/SSL) for the protocol.
  • Enter for the hostname.
  • Enter your GMX Kundenummer for the username.

Connecting to Joyent BingoDisk

  • Select WebDAV (HTTP/SSL) for the protocol.
  • Enter for the hostname.
  • Enter /bingo for the custom path in the bookmark or connection settings.

Accessing Subversion (SVN) Repositories

You can access publicly readable Subversion (SVN) repositories running behind mod_dav_svn of Apache httpd using anonymous WebDAV (HTTP) access with Cyberduck. For example the Cyberduck Source Code Repository.

SSL/TLS support

Choose WebDAV (HTTP/SSL) as the connection protocol to secure the connection using SSL.

Disable SSL/TLS X.509 certificate trust validation

If you have problems with the Keychain trust settings, you can use the following options to disable verification of certificates. Be aware that this a severely compromising security. This is not a recommended configuration. Before disabling trust verification, try to restart Cyberduck after editing the trust setting.

  • Disable certificate validation for WebDAV/TLS:
defaults write ch.sudo.cyberduck webdav.tls.acceptAnyCertificate true

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