Manage Assets Using Cyberduck
To connect to the Servd Assets Platform using Cyberduck
Ensure that your installed version of Cyberduck is up to date.
Check that your default permissions preference for new file uploads is set to public-read.
The location of this preference changes depending on the version of CyberDuck that you are using, but it is most likely under Preferences > Backblaze > Default ACL.
Navigate to your project's assets page in the Servd dashboard.
Click the 'Generate New Access Key' button. We'll be using these details in a moment so keep this page open.
In CyberDuck, click "Open Connection".
Use the following settings:
Connection Type: Amazon S3
Access Key ID: ACCESS KEY ID from the Servd dashboard
Secret Access Key: ACCESS KEY SECRET from the Servd dashboard
Once connected use the Go > Go to Folder menu option and enter
Be careful for your forward slashes. There should be no slash at the beginning and a single slash at the end. For example:
You should now be able to see a list of environments within which you can place your assets.