Starting version 4.7, users can map a local drive from any computer to SynaMan. This document contain step by step instructions to map drives on Windows and Mac OS X.
|Folder||This must be the URL of your SynaMan server. Windows require you use HTTPS. It will not be able to
connect if you use HTTP. Additionally, the URL must end with a /wd. For example:
|Reconnect at sign-inIf checked, Windows will attempt to create this map next time you sign-in.|
|Connect using different credentials||Check this option|
Additional HTTP methods are enabled in the HTTP server, such as
DELETE and others, which are not enabled
otherwise. Because of these additional method, some of the web testing tools may flag SynaMan as using methods
that should be disabled.
The only available HTTP methods are GET and POST when this feature is not enabled. Although providing these methods does open up your doors in a web server that can be misused, SynaMan takes appropriate measures to mitigate this risk. For example:
PUTmethod again a resource that could only be accessed via
GETwill result in getting the client's IP blocked