When you change the username of an account with Digest Authentication enabled, you must re-enable Digest Authentication for the main Web Disk account.
/etc/digestshadowfile stores the main Web Disk account usernames with Digest Authentication inside the password hash. When you change the account username, the system removes the password from the file. Therefore, it is necessary to enable Digest Authentication once again so that you can access the Web Disk with the new username over an encrypted connection.
The login name for additional (virtual) Web Disk users changes when you change a domain name.
/etc/digestshadowfile. Therefore, you must enable Digest Authentication again so that you can access the Web Disk feature with the new username over an encrypted connection.
You can create additional Web Disk accounts to access the home directory or any subdirectory under the home directory.
To create an additional Web Disk account, perform the following steps:
The password must be at least five characters long.
Enter the Web Disk account's home directory in the Directory text box.
If you use Microsoft Windows Vista®, Windows® 7, Windows® 8, or Windows® 10, select Enable Digest Authentication.
You do not need to enable Digest Authentication if the domain uses a signed SSL certificate.
The Manage Additional Web Disk Accounts table displays the following information for all of the additional Web Disk accounts that you create:
|Username||The Web Disk account username.|
The Web Disk account's assigned directory and related actions.
|Access Web Disk|
To access the account's Web Disk, perform the following steps:
Use the links in this column to perform the following actions: