WebDAVNav Server 1.6
An inconspicuous and resource-friendly OS X application that helps you easily start WebDAV servers with optional username and password
Using WebDAVNav Server is an effortless procedure, as you only need to select the folder to share and then click the “Start” button. Moreover, you can optionally select a different port (the default being 8080) and authentication credentials (username and password) if you prefer.
Furthermore, after the server is “On”, you can connect to it using the address displayed in the center via any standard WebDAV client, including the Finder. The simple way around this is to select the “Go” menu and then choose “Go to Server”, after which you can enter the address, the login credentials and voila.
Additionally, the authentication settings provide another layer of security to your server and blocks users who do not know the username and password. When connected to the server, you can do anything with the contents of the folder, such as moving, copying, renaming, downloading and uploading files and folders.
All in all, WebDAVNav Server is a simple self-explanatory solution to starting basic WebDAV servers on your Mac. Although you can share only one folder at a time, the setup process is straightforward and requires no advanced knowledge. On top of this, the app comes with a free price tag.
Reviewed by Octav Fedor, last updated on December 18th, 2014
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What's New in This Release:
- Support for additional network adapters
- Crash fixes
Application descriptionWebDAVNav Server is a basic WebDAV server which can be used to quickly share files and folders from your Mac with oth...