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What are people saying about CloudBerry Drive

ehab hi, i have a question!

i am interested in the part:
"Data encryption and compression - Coming soon."

if i buy this when offered do i get the version that has the encryption feature for free or do i have to upgrade?

thanks for any feedback and best regards
ehab
Jan 28 2013 at 12:54am Copy Link
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Franck Waserman Sounds interesting. That said, with GDrive ou Skydrive, there is no drive mapping available by default, but there is already a seamingless windows integration.
What I miss the most is an sftp easy drive mapping. Alas, it seems the dev doesn't take that into consideration, yet ?
Jan 28 2013 at 1:11am Copy Link
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ZC Zhan Looks like there is no support for popular cloud storage services such as Skydrive, Box, Dropbox, SugarSync, etc.
Jan 28 2013 at 4:00am Copy Link
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MSP360 @ehab , yes, if you buy now, you will be able to upgrade for the full year. once we get compression and encryption you will upgrade to benefit from these features

@Franck W, FTP and SFTP support is coming in the future.

@ZC Zhan, CloudBerry Drive only supports professional cloud storage services such as Windows S3 and Azure, it will not support consumer storage services such as Skydrive, Box, Dropbox, SugarSync at least in the near future. Sorry!
CloudBerry Lab - Jan 28 2013 at 9:34am Copy Link
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Michael R. Having not done anything with cloud - perhaps mainly because of trust-isues - I neverless find it a very interesting program, especially because of the encryption and ftp-access feature about to come soon. So I suppose with this, no cloud-access is necessary at all.

Can you already say something about the encrypted ftp-access? Are the files itself visible (or are these embedded in some sort of containers)? Are the filename encrypted too or just the file-contents)?
And - quite important for me - is it possible to decode an encrypted file manually preferably with a standard-decryption command line utility (e.g. DES), i.e. without the usage of CloudBerry? In that case it would be possible to send someone a ftp-link and he could decrypt the file without him having to buy CloudBerry.
Ok, perhaps you can't anwer all these questions not yet, but perhaps you can consider this when implementing this...

Last and not least, is it possible to call CloudBerry with command-line parameters, e.g. something like 'CloudBerry /copy c:\mypics\xyz.abc x:\mypics\', where x: should represent the CloudBerry-drive?
Jan 29 2013 at 9:26pm Copy Link
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MSP360 @Michael R in our other product encryption is on the file level. e.g. we will encrypt every file. It is likely you will not be able to decrypt the data using other utilities as we store the encryption information in the file headers at least when it comes to cloud storage such as Amazon S3. but we will certainly consider your requirements.

Since CloudBerry Drive is a low level disk driver you can use any operating system commands including COPY.

CloudBerry Drive is available for download on our website and you have plenty of time to evaluate it before you buy.
CloudBerry Lab - Jan 29 2013 at 11:01pm Copy Link
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Michael R. @Andy Mandy: You said: It is likely you will not be able to decrypt the data using other utilities as we store the encryption information in the file headers at least when it comes to cloud storage such as Amazon S3.

So herhaps you could offer a free command-line-tool which would just allow to decrypt a locally-stored CloudBerry-File?
Jan 30 2013 at 9:38pm Copy Link
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MSP360 @Michael R. yes, this tool is on our roadmap, however we always have something with more priority to work on. We will get round to it for sure!
CloudBerry Lab - Jan 30 2013 at 9:51pm Copy Link
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Michael R. That's nice. So when buying today, this will be free too, whenever it will, right?
Jan 31 2013 at 1:07am Copy Link
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MSP360 @Michael R. yes, you will be able to upgrade for at least first year.
CloudBerry Lab - Jan 31 2013 at 1:15am Copy Link
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LeRoy Bernard Jr WAITING FOR IT TO BE FREE.....
Jan 31 2013 at 1:39am Copy Link
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Cyber Dude Is this compatible with MediaFire ? it would be a great help if it is
Jan 31 2013 at 7:34am Copy Link
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N S Will it support Dropbox, SkyDrive, and Box in the future
Jan 31 2013 at 11:19am Copy Link
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MSP360 @N S, not plans yet, if you purchase decision is based only on those services support I would not recommend that you buy the software
CloudBerry Lab - Jan 31 2013 at 11:21am Copy Link
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Alexander Deliyannis @ Rob Gurney If I understand correctly, the full list of services supported is here http://www.cloudberrylab....azure.aspx and I do not see MediaFire.
Jan 31 2013 at 1:51pm Copy Link
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David Stevens Does it work with GoDaddy's slightly problematic cloud drove system. The URL is "secureserver.net"?
Jan 31 2013 at 8:00pm Copy Link
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Jeff Titamer Can you set up a different virtual drive for each seperate cloud service we have? Therefore maximizing the usage of each service's free storage space before needing to pay for more storage?

Example:
Amazon = Drive X:/
Windows = Drive Y:/
Google = Drive Z:/

Also will it display sorage space taken, available...?
Jan 31 2013 at 9:01pm Copy Link
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Chintan Karnik Hi Andy,

I'm fan of your desktop and server edition of your cloudberry backup. Without trying out today's offer, I went ahead and bought it as it will probably be useful to me at some point in near future. Only 3 hrs remain in the promo so for the next round please include the server edition if possible. Thanks.
Jan 31 2013 at 9:15pm Copy Link
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MSP360 @Jeffrey Titamer , yes you can set up a different drive for each separate storage service and you can see the space usage
CloudBerry Lab - Jan 31 2013 at 9:28pm Copy Link
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Jeff Titamer Hello, I'm back to report that I had two computers crashed "Blue Screens" after installing the App. Still trying to get back some files that were on the 3TB hard drive on the one too. Is there a compatibility issue with 64bit versions of Windows7? I may end up wanting a refund for both licenses I bought, however I'd like a couple days to decide in case I was doing something wrong. I really don't see how I could have though, any ideas?
Feb 7 2013 at 8:51am Copy Link
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anthonyraynor So if you move files between mapped drives, do they download and then upload, or do they simply transfer between the two services?
Jul 13 2013 at 7:30am Copy Link
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MSP360 @T Raynor yes, they will download to the local computer and then upload to the cloud.
CloudBerry Lab - Jul 13 2013 at 9:53am Copy Link
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Michael R. If I remember right, I have seen, that you updated another product, being able to handle ftp-access now.

Will this feature arrive soon inside CB-Drive too?
Jul 15 2013 at 1:31am Copy Link
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John Hood Why have you not included Dropbox - are you not considering it a Cloud Service?
Jul 15 2013 at 5:35am Copy Link
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MSP360 @John Hood we only support professional cloud storage service such as Amazon S3, Windows Azure, OpenStack, HPCloud, etc, but we don't support consumer oriented cloud storage such as DropBox, GoogleDrive, SkyDrive, etc
CloudBerry Lab - Jul 15 2013 at 8:32am Copy Link
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Rick Truell Since, as Andy Mandy has stated a few times now, CloudBerry only supports professional cloud services, those interested in consumer cloud services might want to consider Otixo ( http://otixo.com/ ). It supports all the consumer services that have been mentioned thus far (box, sugarsync, skydrive, dropbox, google drive, godaddy, amazon s3) and many more. It works on Windows, Linux and Mac (all 3 via webDAV), and has apps for iOS and Android (with Windows 8 RT coming soon). And since someone asked regarding CloudBerry, transfers from one service to another is done directly service-to-service; the local computer isn't involved (other than to initiate the transfer).
Jul 15 2013 at 8:52pm Copy Link
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webdancer @Rick Truell Thank you for the info on Otixo (and yes, I "wanted" it on BDJ).
Jul 16 2013 at 1:54am Copy Link
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Colin McAllister Otixo is a paid-for service. All "apps" are purchased individually. Web access costs $40, access via Android and IOS "apps" is currently $10. This provides "basic support" = forums ( = no support at all IMHO)

Their Premium Bundle is for all apps (web, phone, tablet) is $96/year or $10/month. Support is "response within a day".

Personally, I'll just use a browser and save the $100 per year. :-)
Jul 16 2013 at 5:07am Copy Link
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Chris A Can this run on WHS 2011?
Jul 16 2013 at 12:29pm Copy Link
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MSP360 there is nothing will prevent the product from running on WHS 2011. though, I am not sure about the use case.
CloudBerry Lab - Jul 16 2013 at 12:40pm Copy Link
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Frank Stephens Some consumer-level cloud services such as Google Drive and SkyDrive already operate as ordinary Explorer windows. Right-click a file, shift Sent To will let you send the file directly to such cloud services (Windows 7). No need to let other services have your passwords.
Jul 16 2013 at 11:46pm Copy Link
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Stephen Hines This sounds like a great idea, except... doesn't CryptoLocker search your system for all mapped storage, and encrypt files anywhere it can find? In other words, I wouldn't want to use CloudBerry Drive on my cloud backup as that would immediately make them susceptible to CryptoLocker.

Does this product allow you to map one service but not another? For instance if I use DropBox for my shared files, and Box for my offsite backup, could I map DropBox but not Box?
Jul 22 2014 at 3:14am Copy Link
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MSP360 @Stephen Hines , we only support professional cloud storage services such as Amazon S3, Windows Azure, Google Cloud Storage, HPCloud, IBM Softwlayer, but not Box and DropBox

Thanks
CloudBerry Lab - Jul 22 2014 at 4:47am Copy Link
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Stephen Hines @Andy, thanks for clarifying that - let me try this again.

Does this product allow you to map your Amazon storage but not your Google Cloud Storage?

What does Cloudberry do to protect your cloud storage from CryptoLocker?

Oh, and can you advise on what basis you assess Box and DropBox as not "professional"? I am keen to understand how one differentiates between these different cloud storage solutions.
Jul 23 2014 at 1:30am Copy Link
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MSP360 @Stephen Hines
1. We do support Google Cloud Storage, but not Google Drive which falls under the same domain with Box , DropBox and MS OneDrive
2. we don't do any special about CryptoLocker, none of our customers were affected
3. We don't support the service that come with their own consumer facing interface.
CloudBerry Lab - Jul 23 2014 at 8:51am Copy Link
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Pat ONeil Is this a one time charge, in other words you keep the program and not have to renew annually? I've had some of Cloudberry's products in the past and they were annually renewable.
Jul 24 2014 at 12:06pm Copy Link
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Justin Cram Was thinking this sounded great, But finding out there isn't any support for copy.com, dropbox, or services such as qq.com or directly weiyun.com i have a 11TB data storage with them for life etc..

Bummer i was looking forward to this concept!

But limiting your app to professional services for yearly renewal rates etc.. i haven't any use for this now.

Justin Cram
DyingJedi
Jul 24 2014 at 2:49pm Copy Link
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Stephen Hines Justin, how did you end up with 11TB FOR LIFE? It sounds like storage nirvana.

11TB would mean I don't need to cram all my files into the smallest of online storage space (SWIDT?).
Jul 24 2014 at 4:37pm Copy Link
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MSP360 @Pat ONeil , the program is a one time charge, the annual renewal is optional. You can still use the product if you don't renew.

would you mind telling us what product you get from CloudBerry Lab that required you to renew every year?!
CloudBerry Lab - Jul 25 2014 at 12:43am Copy Link
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Spud Speedbump Does your program do something more than what you can do yourself for free, Example: On Youtube
Map Cloud storage as a network drive in Windows for free
https://www.youtube.com/w...bGRZ6YhwdI
Jul 25 2014 at 6:51am Copy Link
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MSP360 @Spud Speedbump have you tried it yourself? I think they have a free tier, and you have to pay when you need more, but based on the fact that our customers rarely bring this up, I don't think we have much overlap.
CloudBerry Lab - Jul 25 2014 at 7:26am Copy Link
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David S @Andy Mandy surely all of of them? If a critical bug appears (many reported on your forums) after a year then a renewal must paid to update to a fixed version of the software.
Jul 25 2014 at 8:03am Copy Link
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Cary Adams @Stephen Hines... FWIW... Tencent offers 10TB storage free... Read about it here:
http://www.engadget com/2013/11/19/tencent-10tb-free-cloud-storage/

However it come with a nonfinancial price...
Jul 25 2014 at 8:04am Copy Link
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Pat ONeil @AndyMandy, sorry it wasnt Cloudberry. Scuse me
Jul 25 2014 at 6:12pm Copy Link
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Stephen Hines @Cary Adams Thank you sir - I will investigate.
Jul 26 2014 at 8:39pm Copy Link
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AvC Impossible to access the "Buy" page.
Waiting...
Nov 12 2015 at 11:10am Copy Link
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Constantin Florea @AvC, I just sent you an email.
BitsDuJour Admin - Nov 12 2015 at 2:27pm Copy Link
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franp User Hi,
you say "20 different cloud storage providers". please could you provide a FULL list of storage providers supported ? Thanks.
May 27 2016 at 12:47am Copy Link
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ZAY Does this support S3 compatible drives?
May 27 2016 at 6:08am Copy Link
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CFGuy Hi - I admit that I am not too familiar with "cloud storage", but how would this program be different than simply using Windows to "map a network drive" (and thus, giving the drive a letter), to more easily facilitate working with cloud storage web space. Another question - I am an avid user of PaperPort Pro, which allows one to store and organize PDF documents (on a network). However, using PaperPort Pro on a network with shared storage ("desktops") cam be extremely slow when populating all of the PDFs on the particular "desktop" (folder) locations. Could storing the PaperPort folders (containing the PDFs for each desktop (folder) in a cloud environment, and then using a program such as this dramatically increase the population speed of the PDF desktops (folders) on networked computers? Thanks. -CFGuy
May 27 2016 at 6:53am Copy Link
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MSP360 @ZAY it supports a number of S3 compatible storage providers. But all compatible are typically 90% compatible and the rest 10% may make it completely in compatible with our software. What S3 compatible storage service exactly do you use. Please tell us and we will let you know if it is supported
CloudBerry Lab - May 27 2016 at 10:35am Copy Link
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MSP360 @CFGuy there is no way to simply "map a network drive" to cloud storage. This is the whole reason our product exist. Have no opinion on PaperPort Pro, sorry.
CloudBerry Lab - May 27 2016 at 10:37am Copy Link
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KimY Hi Andy,
Currently using CB Desktop to S3 with 256-bit encryption. Can CB Drive de-crypt on-the-fly locally (meaning meta data remains encrypted)? Is CB Drive data on S3 vulnerable to Ransom-ware(s)? Thank you in advance.
May 27 2016 at 12:53pm Copy Link
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Jym Ferril What is the version number of this cloudberry program?
May 27 2016 at 3:42pm Copy Link
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KimY CB Drive v2.3.0.10
May 27 2016 at 3:46pm Copy Link
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Mike Shanahan Does anyone know if the Cloudberry Drive desktop app is still fully compatible with DreamObjects?
May 27 2016 at 5:50pm Copy Link
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KimY Though off topic. Yes, I do see DreamObjects Cloud Storage is listed on CB Desktop v4.9.0.168. Cheers!
May 27 2016 at 5:59pm Copy Link
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Mike Shanahan Thank you, Kim. It's definitely on-topic as I needed to know that before deciding whether to buy Cloudberry Desktop (which is the product on sale today). Thank you...I was researching when I saw your reply.
May 27 2016 at 6:10pm Copy Link
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KimY Have been using CB Desktop for about two years; rock solid app. CB support is very responsive & resolve any issue(s) promptly. We've it setup at three separate locations, backing-up local & network shares daily to local drives & AWS S3 bucket(s). "Knock on wood" data restoration is easy. Our data are stored on "bitlocker" locally. Another rock solid app, "Macrium Reflect" workstation with virtual drive support & selective files/folder restore.
May 27 2016 at 7:15pm Copy Link
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Adolphe > How does this compare with the client software offered by many cloud providers ?

> Is it possible to explain in a few words the difference between Cloud Berry Drive, Cloud Berry Backup and Cloud Berry Explorer ?

> Is Cloud Berry Drive meant to work Google Drive ?

(I like this on the publisher's site : "Unlike Google, our company employs ordinary people such as you." Tongue-in-cheek, I would say. One could chose to be offended... :)
Dec 15 2016 at 9:51am Copy Link
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Stephen Warkentien The installer fails to scan clean at VirusTotal.com. It may be a false positive but I am reluctant to install any software that is not squeaky clean.
Dec 15 2016 at 9:54am Copy Link
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Nico Westerdale Great News! CloudBerry Lab has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
BitsDuJour Admin - Dec 16 2016 at 12:11am Copy Link
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Steven Avery In the earlier comments they say no Google Drive. (Not the consumer products, the professional ones, they say, although Amazon S3 is used by all types.)

The company should have answered this one.

I have a question, too. The Cloudberry Drive documentation talks about using the Windows Explorer interface. No mention I could see on a quick look of using drive mapping to allow regular backup software (Syncplicity, Backup4All, etc) or File Managers to operate. If you do allow this, you should mention it prominently. If you do not, I will pass (even on the next discount.) I would definitely try the trial if it is full-blown drive mapping to those sites.
Dec 17 2016 at 12:07am Copy Link
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MSP360 I am sorry but our other product lines compete directly with Syncplicity, Backup4All, then we are not interested in supporting them.
CloudBerry Lab - Dec 17 2016 at 3:31am Copy Link
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Carl18912 This appears to be a very useful product and versatile because of the cross-section of cloud storage vendors it supports. While it does support Google Cloud, I cannot find reference anywhere to support of Google Drive. Unfortunately, as an individual consumer, Google Drive support would be much more valuable to me.

Am I missing something? Is this product able to map Google Drive as a local virtual disk?
Dec 17 2016 at 1:45pm Copy Link
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MSP360 @Carl18912 due to the nature of Google Drive API we can't support it the same way as Google Cloud Storage. The same applies to MS One Drive and Amazon Cloud Drive. Sorry.
CloudBerry Lab - Dec 17 2016 at 10:56pm Copy Link
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Adolphe OK. Not compatible with Google Drive, Microsoft One Drive and Amazon Cloud Drive. This, I think, should be explicit on your site. For many people, Google cloud storage is Google Drive, and nothing else. I, for one, was not even aware that there was something entirely different, called Google Cloud. And I'm among the tiny minority of computer users who regularly informs himself of such things.

So, my advice would be : make it clear and explicit that your software is aimed at businesses, and is not compatible with the mass market cloud offers of such prominent providers as Google and Microsoft.
Dec 18 2016 at 1:20am Copy Link
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Steven Avery Andy Mandy .. thanks for the honest answer. I think you are making a mistake. Your own backup products would have a natural integration advantage anyway.

So far, DriveHQ is my fav. They have a very good File Manager of their own (free with the service) and they actively support a true WebDav try.

You might want to reconsider your approach, if your core business is the actual storage.

Thanks!
Dec 27 2016 at 6:16pm Copy Link
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riad af "Enjoy support for 20 different cloud service providers"
Can you please supply a full list of the 20 supported cloud service providers ?
May 10 2017 at 1:51am Copy Link
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Phil User Same question as above - specifically, are Google OneDrive and MS OneNote covered?
May 10 2017 at 6:59am Copy Link
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Ansel Taft It looks like the license is "The license is per computer, one time fee" - is that to say it's a lifetime license? Or is it a one time fee by version?

Are Backblaze B2 and Amazon Drive supported?

Cheers
May 10 2017 at 9:25am Copy Link
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MSP360 @Ansel It is one time license. We DON'T support Backblaze B2, Amazon Cloud Drive, Google Drive and MS One Drive .
CloudBerry Lab - May 10 2017 at 9:28am Copy Link
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MSP360 @riad there is no way to keep a copy of the file on the local computer yet.
CloudBerry Lab - May 10 2017 at 9:29am Copy Link
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Faik User Is FTP connection supported?
Thanks
May 11 2017 at 12:52am Copy Link
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MSP360 @Faik FTP is supported
CloudBerry Lab - May 11 2017 at 1:00am Copy Link
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Nelson Carvalho Can you please supply a full list of the 20 supported cloud service providers ?
Thanks
May 11 2017 at 6:43am Copy Link
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Cary Adams Most mainstream cloud services (Google Drive, OneDrive, DropBox, Amazon Cloud, Box, SugarSync, iCloud, etc.) offer free virtual folder connectivity. What is so special about CloudBerry Drive?
May 11 2017 at 11:47am Copy Link
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franp User Hi, would it be possible to have a comprehensive list of supported cloud storages ?
More precisly, does it fully support pCloud and hubiC ?

Many thnaks.
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CFGuy Hi - this program looks very unique and interesting. Questions for CloudBerry Lab Representative: could this program be of help with standard "networked drives", or for "non-cloud" cloud storage - such as "personal clouds" (offline) using a device such as a dedicated external hard drive or NAS (beyond what Windows already offers?) I ask this because I am a big user of "networked drives" using a dedicated external USB hard drive, and I know how problematic and temperamental these networked (even offline) drives/connections can be. Over the years I have become quite good at troubleshooting and managing them, however I am always in the market for a software utility that could help make this process easier. Additionally, if this particular program is only for "online" connected networked drives, does CloudBerry Lab (or another software company, if not) offer a program specifically for non-internet connected networked drives of NAS devices? Thanks so much. -Cfguy
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franp User @CFGuy : Hi Guy, I am in no way a representative of CloudBerry Lab but if I can help - I do not see the point of such a software for local NAS. It is already possible, embeded by default in Windows 8 and 10 (and probably also for earlier versions) (and probably also in Mac which I don't own) to map an arbitrary NAS drive directory (such as SMB directory) as a local drive. Does this help ?
Feb 15 2018 at 5:37am Copy Link
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William W. Geertsema Too bad Cloudberry Drive does not support Cloudberry's own B2 Cloud Storage.
I work with Windows 7 Pro SP1 32-bit, so the 64-bit Cloudberry Explorer is no option.
As a front end to B2, I use the useful but somewhat clunky CyberDuck.
I had hoped for a 32-bit explorer-type front end to B2, but alas . . .
Whereas I recognize that my setup is considered outdated by most software developers, I do feel that the interests of serious users of older systems are being neglected.

William W. Geertsema
w.w.geertsemaplanet.nl
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Nico Westerdale Great News! CloudBerry Lab has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
BitsDuJour Admin - Feb 16 2018 at 12:11am Copy Link
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Andrew Griffiths I bought Cloudberry Backup on BDJ a few weeks ago but haven’t had a chance to use yet.

How does this Drive software differ from and complement the Backup software?

Thanks.
Feb 16 2018 at 12:35am Copy Link
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Ted User @Andrew Griffiths: It's all in the description - Drive maps a cloud destination as a local drive that you can browse and operate with Windows Explorer.
Backup does scheduled uploads to the cloud, implementing versioning, retention, client-side encryption, notifications and so on.
Feb 16 2018 at 7:11am Copy Link
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Thomas Brannan Useless. No dropbox, No Microsoft Drive. Couldn't get it to work with Google. Exasperatiing. I want a refund.
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D. User What they sell, waht they can handle? Writing of 20 cloud services they are only listing 6 by name. And the remaining 14?

Have people complaining that no Dropbox. No OneDrive. No GoogleDrive.
And additionally "No return policy.". No return policy. is very bad and NOT Bitsdujour standard.

Sorry but those 3 services are the very basic that must be supported. Seems to be a great tool I woul like to buy. But not without Dropbox, OneDrive and GoogleDrive ... that's a clear NOGO.

Sad, but NO deal today.
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Ted User @franp Currently, CloudBerry Drive does not support hubiC and pCloud. As for the full list of supported storage accounts, the best way to figure it out is installing the software (you can use 15-day trial) and adding the storage account (it will provide the full list).
Feb 20 2018 at 9:48am Copy Link
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Thomas User Hello
Thank you for this offer!

Does CloudBerry Drive support WebDAV connections?

Thanks a lot,
kind regards,
Thomas
Aug 14 2018 at 12:49am Copy Link
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Alexander User Thomas,

it doesn't.
Aug 14 2018 at 3:18am Copy Link
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Caveman Is this Desktop or Server version? I can read in features it supports up to Windows Server 2012, does it work with more recent releases such as 2016?
Aug 14 2018 at 3:30am Copy Link
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HJ B Is this any different than dropbox?
Does it work with icloud?
Aug 14 2018 at 11:33am Copy Link
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MSP360 @Caveman, this is the desktop edition, if you need to run it on the Windows Server, you need the Server Edition. Desktop Edition will not work on the Windows Server. it is not part of this offer and it will work with Windows Server 2016
CloudBerry Lab - Aug 15 2018 at 10:37am Copy Link
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MSP360 @HJB, it is very different from dropbox.. it doesn't work with iCloud
CloudBerry Lab - Aug 15 2018 at 10:37am Copy Link
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Gonzo Hi. Is this limited in any way?
I remember buying your CloudBerry Backup software in the past, only to find out it had a 1TB limit (now expanded to 5TB apparently), which made/makes it useless to me.
Thanks.
Feb 5 2019 at 3:18am Copy Link
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MSP360 @Gonzon 1TB limit means that you can at any time have at most 1TB of data on the cloud account managed by CloudBerry Backup. E.g. you can upload 800 GB, then another 200GB, then delete 300GB but you can't exceed the limit of 1TB. Consider this way we are making our product affordable for users with lower storage requirements.

in fact in the Desktop Edition we silently offer a 5TB limit. Will it work better?

Mac version is unlimited
CloudBerry Lab - Feb 5 2019 at 4:37am Copy Link
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Gonzo Hi Andy. Thanks for the quick response.
I understand how it works. Problem is: I have over 20TB of storage at home. I have a storage service that backs up everything. Why would I buy/use an application that only lets me manage 1TB?
In fact, that limit would make much more sense in CloudBerry Drive than in CloudBerry Backup, especially considering your company is not the one providing the storage (thus, your product's price has no relation with the amount of storage used by the user).

In any case, my main question remains unanswered: does CloudBerry Drive have ANY kind of limit in terms of storage that can be managed?

Thanks.
Feb 5 2019 at 4:49am Copy Link
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MSP360 @Gonzo, I am very sorry , I confused Backup that we recently have had on sale, and Drive.
There is no limits in Drive.
CloudBerry Lab - Feb 5 2019 at 8:38am Copy Link
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Nico Westerdale Great News! CloudBerry Lab has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
BitsDuJour Admin - Feb 9 2019 at 12:11am Copy Link
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Michael User Hummm... So if I want this on 3 machines I have to buy this 3 times? No volume pricing on this deal? Will there at least be updates for at least a year?
Feb 9 2019 at 10:19am Copy Link
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MSP360 @Michael User, we have updated our offer to allow the volume pricing in the deal.
CloudBerry Lab - Feb 10 2019 at 3:10am Copy Link
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Michael User Sadly since it doesn't connect to Onedrive, it's useless anyway or I would have bought a few copies.
Feb 10 2019 at 1:35pm Copy Link
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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.

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

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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?

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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??

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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.

Thanks
Jul 31 2019 at 2:03am Copy Link
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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 2019 at 3:45am Copy Link
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MSP360 @Dik, basically if you don't trust EldoS you can't use the software.
CloudBerry Lab - Jul 31 2019 at 10:34am Copy Link
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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 2019 at 4:40pm Copy Link
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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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