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WebDAV

Educational Campus-wide Computing System (ECCS)


ECCS2016 enables users in the same way as the ECCS2012 to access files from outside the system or *within the system (between Mac and Windows environment) by using WebDAV environment.

※Data in the home directory of ECCS2012 has already been transferred to ECCS2016.


Access from Outside the System and Accessing Files in the Windows Environment from a Terminal in the Mac Environment

Access to following website using a web browser.

The Mac environment and Windows environment have different web addresses.

Environment to accessURL
Machttps://davm.ecc.u-tokyo.ac.jp/
Windowshttps://davw.ecc.u-tokyo.ac.jp/

Your ECCS username and password are required when logging in to either environments. Please refer to the User's Handbook or help section in the WebDAV environment (currently available only in Japanese) for detailed information.


Accessing to Files in the Mac Environment from a Terminal in the Windows Environment

Click on "Computer" in the Start menu to open Windows Explorer and double click on Proself Client, then Machome. Enter your ECCS username and password after the login window appears on the screen, then click "OK". Once you have successfully logged in, the home directory under the Mac environment will be displayed, and you can access the files using Windows Explorer.


Additionally, the WebDAV environment provides the following functions to exchange files with others.

1. Web Publishing

When you publish a folder or file on the web, a randomly generated web address will be assigned to the folder or file. You can download the web-published folder or file by accessing the web address, regardless of whether you have an ECCS account or not. It is also possible to set up a password or the publication period when setting up the web publishing.

2.Receiving Folder

When you publish a folder on the web for receiving, a randomly generated web address will be assigned to the folder. You can upload files to the folder by accessing the web address, regardless of whether you have a ECCS account or not. It is also possible to set up a password or the publication period at the time of setting up the receiving folder.

3. Web Publishing / Email Authentication for Receiving Folder

If you register a list of email address of persons who are authorized to use the web published folders when setting up the web publishing and receiving folder, one-time password will be sent to those email addresses. You can restrict the use of web publishing and receiving folder to the persons who are able to receive the email by asking them to enter the password when using the system.