Integrate MSP360 CloudBerry Drive with IDrive® e2

MSP360 CloudBerry Drive enables you to mount cloud storage to your Windows workstation or Windows Server as a network drive. You can configure CloudBerry Drive with IDrive® e2 hot cloud storage. Learn more about MSP360 CloudBerry Drive.


Before uploading files using MSP360 CloudBerry Drive, you require:

  1. An active IDrive® e2 account. Sign up here if you do not have one.
  2. A bucket in IDrive® e2. See how to create a bucket.
  3. A valid Access Key ID and Secret Access Key. Learn how to create an access key.
  4. A valid license for MSP360 CloudBerry Drive Application.

Configure MSP360 CloudBerry Drive with IDrive® e2

  1. Install and launch the MSP360 CloudBerry Drive Application.
  2. Navigate to Storage Accounts and click add.
  3. Select Storage Provider as S3 Compatible from the drop-down.
    1. Enter a Display name.
    2. Enter IDrive® e2 S3 end-point as a Service point.
    3. Enter the IDrive® e2 Access key as the Access key.
    4. Enter the IDrive® e2 Secret Access Key as the Secret key.
    5. Select Signature version.
    6. Click Test Connection.
  4. Click OK.
  5. Select Mapped Drives from the options.
  6. Click Add.
  7. Select the added IDrive® e2 storage account as Storage Account.
  8. Select the Drive letter from the list.
  9. Mention the Volume label.
  10. Select the path for the IDrive® e2 bucket.
  11. Click OK and confirm to mount the Drive.
    Result: After mapping the drive, that will display in Windows file explorer (Ex: e2/F).

Note: Data restoration is handled by your specific backup solution provider and is affected by multiple variables that are unique to your environment. For application-related enquiries/support, it is strongly recommended you seek guidance from the technical team of your backup solution provider.