Cyberduck Mountain Duck CLI

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Cyberduck Help / Howto / Share Files

Many storage providers have an option to share a file with a third party without access to your account with a publicly accessible link. With some providers, the link is auto expiring and no longer valid after a given period or a password can be set required to download the file.

Providers with support to share a file using a public, password protected or temporary URL

S3

Create a pre-signed temporary URL.

  • Cyberduck. Choose Edit → Copy URL→ Signed URL
  • Mountain Duck. Choose Copy URL from the context menu.

OpenStack Swift

A private object stored in OpenStack Swift can be made publicly available for a limited time using a signed URL.

  • Cyberduck. Choose Edit → Copy URL→ Signed URL
  • Mountain Duck. Choose Copy URL from the context menu.

Azure

Create a Shared Access Signature URL.

  • Cyberduck. Choose Edit → Copy URL→ Signed URL
  • Mountain Duck. Choose Copy URL from the context menu.

Backblaze B2

Create an authorized URL to make files available publicly expiring after 7 days.

  • Cyberduck. Choose File → Share…

  • Mountain Duck. Choose Create Download Share from the context menu.

OneDrive

Create an authorized URL to make files available publicly expiring after 7 days.

  • Cyberduck. Choose File → Share…
  • Mountain Duck. Choose Create Download Share from the context menu.

DRACOON

Create an download share for a file or folder.

  • Cyberduck. Choose File → Share…. Optionally set a password required to download the file. Choose Cancel to create a public with no password protection.

Dropbox

You can share an URL to provide access to a document in your Dropbox. Optionally set a password required to download the file. Choose Cancel to create a public with no password protection.

  • Cyberduck. Choose Edit → Copy URL→ Signed URL
  • Mountain Duck. Choose Copy URL from the context menu.

Google Drive

Share the web link to open download or open the file in Google Docs. This will set the permission of the file to reader/anyone.

  • Cyberduck. Choose File → Share…
  • Mountain Duck. Choose Create Download Share from the context menu.

NextCloud & ownCloud

Create public shares for people who are not Nextcloud users. Optionally set a password required to download the file. Choose Cancel to create a public with no password protection.

  • Cyberduck. Choose File → Share…
  • Mountain Duck. Choose Create Download Share from the context menu.

FTP, SFTP & WebDAV

If you connect to a web root, refer to HTTP URL on how to configure your bookmark to allow copying a HTTP URL for a selected file. With a valid configuration, you can open the corresponding HTTP URL of a file selected with your default web browser or copy the URL to the cipboard. To manage permissions, refer to UNIX Permissions (FTP/SFTP).