Access Yandex.Disk over WebDAV

The Yandex.Disk program lets you manage files on your Yandex.Disk by changing local copies on your computer. If you cannot install the software or don't want to store a copy of your entire Yandex.Disk on your computer, use the service page or a program that supports WebDAV.

  1. General Yandex.Disk settings
  2. Programs that support WebDAV
  3. Problems accessing Yandex.Disk over WebDAV

General Yandex.Disk settings

Please use the following settings when connecting to Yandex.Disk over WebDAV:

Server address: https://webdav.yandex.com

Login (Username): your Yandex username

Password: your password for Yandex (or application password, if you use or previously used two-factor authentication).

Note. Windows may not support WebDAV connections over HTTPS (and show an “Invalid folder name” error). If this happens, try changing the server address to http://webdav.yandex.com.

Programs that support WebDAV

Attention. Third-party software may have their own limits on the number and size of files to upload, which are independent of Yandex.Disk policies.
Windows
Linux
macOS
iPhone and iPad
Android
Symbian
  • Built-in WebDAV app

  • You can find appropriate apps in the Nokia Ovi store using the keyword “webdav”.

Problems accessing Yandex.Disk over WebDAV

I get an error message

If you receive an error message when trying to connect over WebDAV, please ensure that you have used the correct access settings. Check that your password is correct, Caps Lock is off, and your keyboard input language is correct. You should also make sure that you have enough free space on Yandex.Disk for the files you want to upload. Keep in mind that files can't exceed 50 GB.

Note. You can only connect to the WebDAV server using SSL encryption. If the program you are using does not support SSL, you will not be able to connect.
Invalid folder name. Please enter another name.

This problem is caused by a Windows glitch, which means WebDAV connections are not supported over HTTPS. We are currently working on resolving this issue.

I deleted files but they are not in the Trash

When you delete files via WebDAV, they don't end up in the Trash. They are immediately deleted from the Yandex servers. If you deleted files via WebDAV, you will not be able to restore them.