[v4.1] Mountain Duck – Local mapping and management tool for cloud storages

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Mountain Duck is a commercial sister product of the free Cyberduck. It is based on Cyberduck’s solid open-source foundation and was released after a long period of close beta test. Mountain Duck supports connecting to any server you want over all major protocols, allows users to mount servers and cloud storage services as local disks in the computer’s Windows Explorer/File Manager/Finder. This way, you can open and edit files remotely from any local program, just as convenient as working with local files.

Mountain Duck is a cross-platform (for Windows and Mac) cloud storage services local management tool (i.e., a remote disk local mapping tool). It is good at transferring remote FTP space, WebDev, Swift, S3, Azure, Rackspace, Google Cloud and other popular cloud storage services to local for management. This case, you can put these cloud directories into Windows’ File Explorer or Mac’s Finder for synchronized management. Then common file/folder operations such as upload/download, copy/move/delete can keep synchronization with the remote space.

If you don’t want to use the traditional upload & download tools or proprietary clients from network drive providers, then you can choose to use Mountain Duck to map your remote cloud storage services locally, and access and use them like local disks. In addition, Mountain Duck also comes with an important ability – to run SSH and perform commands and other operations directly in the path of remote directory. This is definitely an essential feature for webmasters, administrators and VPS users.

// Key Features //

  • Available in Mac App Store
  • Client-side encryption
  • Mount as read-only filesystem
  • Copy URLs from Finder Extension
  • Make files available offline
  • Smart Synchronization
  • Upload changes in background
  • Badge icons in Finder
  • No admin privileges required
  • Authenticate with one-time passcode
  • Authenticate with client certificate (TLS mutual authentication)
  • Amazon S3 Transfer Acceleration
  • Create pre-signed temporary URLs for selected files
  • Open files in Team Drives

// Supported Cloud Storages //

Based on the solid open source foundation of Cyberduck, all major protocols are supported to connect to just about any server you want.

Protocol Description
FTP A widely tested FTP (File Transfer Protocol) implementation for the best interoperability with support for FTP over secured SSL/TLS connections.
SFTP With support for strong ciphers, public key and two factor authentication. Read settings from your existing OpenSSH configuration.
WebDAV With interoperability for ownCloud, box.com, Sharepoint and BigCommerce and many other WebDAV servers. TLS mutual (two-way) authentication with client certificate.
OpenStack Swift Connect to Rackspace Cloudfiles or any other OpenStack Swift cloud storage providers.
S3 Connect to any Amazon S3 storage region or Google Cloud Storage with support for large file uploads.
Google Cloud Storage Connect to any Amazon S3 storage region or Google Cloud Storage with support for large file uploads.
Azure Access Microsoft Azure Cloud storage on your desktop.
Backblaze B2 Mount the low cost cloud storage on your desktop.
Google Drive Access Google Drive without synchronising documents to your local disk. With URL reference files on mounted volume to open Google Docs documents in the web browser.
Dropbox Access Dropbox without synchronising documents to your local disk.
OneDrive Connect OneDrive Personal, OneDrive Business and Sharepoint Online.

// System Requirements //

  • Microsoft .NET Framework 4.7.2
  • Internet connection required

// Edition Statement //

AppNee provides the Mountain Duck multilingual full installers and unlocked files for Windows 32-bit & 64-bit, as well as pre-activated versions for Mac.

// Installation Notes //

for v3.x.x, v4.x.x:

  1. Download and install Mountain Duck
  2. Copy the unlocked files to installation folder and overwrite
  3. Done

// Related Links //

// Download URLs //

Version Download Size
for Windows
v2.7.1 reserved 66.6 MB
v3.4.0 reserved 76.0 MB
v4.1.2 70.1 MB
for Mac
v2.6.5 reserved 100 MB
v4.1.0 reserved 105 MB

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