This small tool is a perfect utility for file operations over a network, with the ability to connect to FTP and SFTP servers, WebDAV servers and to the .Mac iDisk service.
What's more important about it? The program does so in a transparent way, and actually maps a drive letter to the server. When used over a private network such as a VPN tunnel or Hamachi, then you have a nice and secure way of accesing your server and copy files from and to it.
As a bonus, WebDrive maps can be used from the command line, making it perfect for scheduling backup operations from scripts for example.
Not a free software, but an important tool on my desktop.
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