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  • lt4rocker
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How can I set up FileManager as a portable application on my USB drive? I want to use it on clients where I have no admin rights (i.e. internet cafe) How secure is it from a public client?

11/27/2007 3:31:18 AM

  • godert
  • (2 posts)
Subject: Re: DriveHQ FileManager as a portable application

Hi,

I agree with your question. I live driveHQ and I really hope they can support this already (but didn't find it yet) or in the next release, like diino.com does.

Thx,

Godert

 


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11/27/2007 11:07:35 AM

  • DriveHQ Webmaster
  • (1099 posts)
Subject: Re: DriveHQ FileManager as a portable application

The current version of FileManager integrates with Windows Explorer and cannot be run without installation. We are working on a new "portable" or "Green" version. Expect it to be released in another 1-2 months.

In the meantime, you can use Windows Explorer as an FTP client, simply enter:

ftp://USERNAME:PASSWORD@ftp.drivehq.com/ from your Windows Explorer, you can access DriveHQ storage from anywhere. You can drag and drop files from there.

 


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11/27/2007 4:53:20 PM

  • DriveHQ Webmaster
  • (1099 posts)
Subject: Re: Re: DriveHQ FileManager as a portable application

User: godert  -  11/27/2007 11:07:35 AM

Hi,

I agree with your question. I live driveHQ and I really hope they can support this already (but didn't find it yet) or in the next release, like diino.com does.

Thx,

Godert

 

The current version of FileManager integrates with Windows Explorer and cannot be run without installation. We are working on a new "portable" or "Green" version. Expect it to be released in another 1-2 months.

In the meantime, you can use Windows Explorer as an FTP client, simply enter:

ftp://USERNAME:PASSWORD@ftp.drivehq.com/ from your Windows Explorer, you can access DriveHQ storage from anywhere. You can drag and drop files from there.


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11/27/2007 4:53:44 PM

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