You will be asked to link Cyberduck to your Dropbox account on your first connection attempt.
Log in to Dropbox and paste the authorization code obtained to the login prompt.
You can connect to multiple accounts at the same time. Create a new bookmark for every account and run through the OAuth flow. Make sure to log out in your browser prior to setting up a new bookmark to make sure the new bookmark is linked to a newly authenticated account.
If you have accidentally logged in with the wrong Dropbox Account or want to change the login of the Dropbox bookmark delete the current bookmark and create a new one to start a new authentication flow.
Alternatively, you can reset the OAuth token by deleting the entries related to
duck:dropbox?user=(user) out of the Windows Credential Manager or on macOS the entries related to
api.dropboxapi.com out of Keychain Access.app.
You can list the root contents of your Dropbox with Cyberduck CLI using
duck --list dropbox:/
Refer to the Cyberduck CLI documentation for more operations. For subsequent invocations make sure to include the
--username parameter and set it to the email address registered with Dropbox to allow the lookup of previously saved OAuth tokens.
This only applies to Cyberduck.
You can search recursively for files fast without browsing folders first.
The modification date retention is supported for new files uploaded but without the option to adjust the modification date later.
Downloads may fail with a
409 Conflict (restricted_content) error reply for files considered restricted.
The file cannot be transferred because the content is restricted. For example, sometimes there are legal restrictions due to copyright claims.
Will not save the file or folder because of its name.
Uploads may fail with a
409 (disallowed_name) error reply for files with certain characters in the filename.