I'm trying out Cloudberry Backup and Explorer, so far I"m quite happy. What I can't figure out, and maybe I'm doing something wrong, if I want to share a folder with someone, and I right click "Web URL" it gives me links to the individual files, but not the folder. How do I share an entire folder?
You'll likely have to use the Static Website Hosting option in the AWS Control Panel. I personally have never used it and am not sure how it works. I may render the S3 folders as HTML, but I am not sure.You'll have to research and test.
See the section in the linked page called "How to Find an Amazon S3 Bucket Endpoint (
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But first you'll have to make the bucket public. You can do this in CloudBerry Explorer by right-clicking the bucket name or folder, select ACL Settings, and then click the Public (Everyone) button, check the Apply for All Sub-folders and Objects option (if that's what you want), and click OK.
Having said that, I
recommend you make buckets or folders public as anyone can find them and download your objects. Not sure what use case you are trying to solve, but there might be a better, more secure way to do what you need.
More information here if you run into issues as public access may be disabled globally:
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