Access Disk over WebDAV

The “Yandex.Disk” app lets you sync your files directly from your computer. If you can't install this program or if you don't want to store a full copy of your Disk on computer, we recommend using the Yandex.Disk web interface or a WebDAV program.

  1. General Disk settings
  2. Applications supporting WebDAV
  3. Problems accessing Yandex.Disk over WebDAV

General Disk settings

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

Server address:

Login (Username): your Yandex username.

Password: your password on Yandex (or app password if you use 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

Applications supporting WebDAV

Attention. Third-party software may place their own limits on the number and size of uploaded files that have nothing to do with Yandex.Disk policies.
Mac OS X
iPhone and iPad
  • 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 received 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 10 GB.

Note. You can connect to the WebDAV server only 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.

Low connection speed

We don't impose any strict limitations on uploads over WebDAV. However, some WebDAV clients process files locally before uploading them to the server.

Windows Explorer, davfs2 and several other programs work this way. When using Windows Explorer, the file will be processed locally on your computer and will only be uploaded to our server later. The file transfer speed displayed in our app represents the file processing speed and not the upload rate. This is a characteristic of the WebDAV client.