I have a vault on an external drive. I want to add files from this drive to the vault, the size these files exceeds the space on my pc’s hard drive.
When I mount the vault the virtual drive appears to be on my pc’s drive - remaning disk space is the same.
(1) Is there a way I can mount the virtual drive on the external?
(2) Want to work with files >4GB, though have no option to copy WebDAV URL as per
this guide, only ‘Lock Vault’ and ‘Reveal Drive’
Hope that makes sense. Thanks.
This is a known issue described here:
I created a vault on an external hard drive on an empty NTFS Partition (J:) with the size of 242 GiB. According to Windows, the resulting virtual drive and my C: Partition have identical size and free space (98 GiB overall size, 6 GiB free space). Inside the vault on Partition J:, I only can use those 6 GiB for data storage. Partition C: is the one where my Windows 7 and Cryptomator are installed.
The screenshot below shows the sizes of the three partitions as well as the Cryptomator app for ve…
You can either ignore it (you will see that it always report the C: drive capacity, regardless of how much data you add) or you can switch from WebDAV to Dokany. When you configure Cryptomator to use the latter, this issue should be solved.
Thanks for quick reply. Please see question 2 edit.
In this case, you can not ignore what Windows Explorer tells you. You
have to use Dokany, then both problems should be resolved.
Dokany is included in the Cryptomator installer. If you didn’t uncheck it, you should be able to see the option to switch to Dokany from Cryptomator’s settings. Otherwise just re-run the installer.