SmartVault Drive lets you access your files in SmartVault using your Mac's Finder. This saves time when moving files between your desktop and SmartVault.
To use the SmartVault Drive on your Mac, you must first map it.
- You must have a user license to access Mapped Drive. Guest licenses cannot map a drive.
- Although the native WebDAV client used to map the SmartVault drive on a Mac can be slow, alternative clients can provide better performance. Transmit, and Mountain Duck are both excellent alternatives to the native client and may offer faster connection speeds and more robust functionality. If you want an option, consider mapping a SmartVault drive using Transmit.
Mapping the SmartVault Drive
To map the SmartVault Drive on your Mac:
- From your Mac, launch the Finder application.
- Click Go in the top menu bar and select Connect to Server from the menu.
- Enter the following information:
- Server or URL: https://docs.smartvault.com
- User name: Your SmartVault email address
- Password: Your SmartVault password