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Go to "Computer" and click "map network drive".

Enter the following server address:
tubcloud.tu-berlin.de/remote.php/webdav/

Tick "Connect using different credentials", close the window with "Finish" and enter your tubIT user name and password.

Access tubCloud via WebDAV

tubCloud allows you to save WebDAV data into your personal cloud storage. You can directly mount your ownCloud directory in order to synchronize data.

Configuration

There are many different applications allowing you to access WebDAV using a terminal or a graphical interface.
We will only describe the typical ways of using WebDAV with the file explorer for Windows, Mac and Linux.

Linux

Using a file manager (e.g. Nautlius, Dolphin, Konqueror) you can add the address davs://owncloud.tu-berlin.de/remote.php/webdav/ (Nautilus, Pantheon) webdavs://owncloud.tu-berlin.de/remote.php/webdav/ (Dolphin) owncloud.tu-berlin.de/remote.php/webdav/ (Konqueror, Rekonq) by pressing Ctrl+L.
A login screen will pop up asking for your tubIT user name and password. The contents of your tubCloud folder should be displayed after a successful login.

Mac OS

Use the Finder, click Go to and select Connect to server.
Enter the following adress
owncloud.tu-berlin.de/remote.php/webdav/
and click the connect button.

Afterwards you are required to enter your tubIT user name and password.

After a successful installation your ownCloud directory can be found in your shared folders.

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