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CloudBerry Drive

Map Cloud Storage as a Local Drive

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Platforms: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10, Server 2003, Server 2008, Server 2012, Server 2016
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Cloud-based storage services are all the rage now, except it's sometimes unwieldy having to launch a web browser, login to a cloud storage site, and download and upload files as you work. Well, someone had exactly that same thought, and they've gone ahead and created today's discount software promotion, CloudBerry Drive!

CloudBerry Drive maps your cloud storage as a local virtual disk, letting you access and edit files directly from Windows Explorer. From the well-known big players to smaller fish in the pond, CloudBerry Drive offers support for 20 different cloud storage providers, including Amazon S3, Windows Azure, Google Cloud Storage, OpenStack and Rackspace. Chances are, you're already up and running on a service that CloudBerry Drive supports, so you'll be up and running within minutes.

Imagine how much more productive you'll be, once you can work with your cloud storage files just as easily as if they were on your hard drive! Thanks to an intuitive interface, CloudBerry Drive lets you select files and folders with ease, which still safeguarding your ability to access files using other tools and utilities.

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mix624 Hi,

I managed to ADD storage account.

Then I went to the "Mapped Drives" tab and had to choose bucket by bucket.
I managed to get a bucket to appear on the "This PC" page.

Is this the way it should work:
Adding bucket by bucket
Any changes I make will also be made to my Amazon S3 account??

Is it not possible to add files and create bucket from here?
Where do I create buckets? I cvhecked your website but am not really sure of how I can use this?

Can I create folders in the Cloudberry drive and they are created in my Amazon S3 account too or do I have to go into Amazon S3 console and create buckets first??

Can I use this to backup my PC files to Amazon S3?

Is the trial a full working software?
I am buying it now anyway hoping for the best.

Jul 31 at 2:03am Copy Link
Dik Oz I tried to install the free trial. In the middle of the installation a popup-window appeared. What is that? Especially the already pre-ticked 'always trust ...' is not something I'd like to do.

Pop-up windows contents:
Would you like to install this device software?
Name: EldoS Corporation System devices
Publisher: EldoS Corporation
x Always trust software from "EldoS Corporation".

When I say no, the installation fails with an 'unknown' something.
Jul 31 at 3:45am Copy Link
Andy Mandy @Dik, basically if you don't trust EldoS you can't use the software.
CloudBerry Lab - Jul 31 at 10:34am Copy Link
Klim @mix624, let me cover your questions.

1. Yes, since CloudBerry Drive allows you to work with files in cloud storage directly, these changes will be made in your AWS S3 storage.

2. You can not create a bucket using CloudBerry Drive. You should specify an existing path to a bucket or to a directory in a bucket. But, you can add files and work with them!

3. As I mentioned, first of all, you should create a bucket in AWS S3. Then you can create files\folders using CloudBerry Drive.

4. CloudBerry Drive was designed for other purposes! If you want to back up your PC to AWS S3 Storage I recommend you to use CloudBerry Backup! CloudBerry Backup comes with 15 days trial period and fully-functional!

CloudBerry Drive also comes fully functional during the trial period!
Jul 31 at 4:40pm Copy Link
Mike B I'm not sure why Andy Mandy didn't give a bit more information in his answer.

I have nothing to do with Cloudberry or Eldos, so what I'm posting may not be entirely correct, so take this for what it's worth.

from what I gather Cloudberry uses a 3rd party component to help provide a virtual filesystem interface to cloud storage. That 3rd party (formerly Eldos - now "Callback Technologies") component installs a device driver.

Since device drivers have access to all facets of the system (more or less), when a device driver installs, Windows asks you the user whether you want to trust it before it gets installed.

You can choose not to trust (in which case the driver isn't installed and most likely the product won't work), trust *this* particular driver install, or trust this and any future driver installs from the same company (in which case you won't be informed or asked about those future driver installs).
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