Which applications are known to not work with Wasabi?

Although Wasabi has validated interoperability with hundreds of different S3 compatible applications, there are some applications that claim to be AWS S3 compatible yet do not work with Wasabi.  The typical reason for this is that the app provider has hard-coded in support for AWS S3 and does not allow you to enter a service URL to point the app to Wasabi.   This problem prevents the app from working with Wasabi or any other S3 compatible object storage provider.

To help avoid time being unnecessarily spent working with apps that are known to not work with Wasabi, we have documented the list of apps in this category (see an alphabetized list below).  If you have any questions about getting an app that does not currently work with Wasabi to support Wasabi, please contact the app provider.

List of apps that are known to not work with Wasabi:

Acrosync - does not support S3

AWS S3 Plugin By Easy Digital Downloads - directed to AWS, no support for S3-compatible storage available

Beyond Compare - does not support S3

Bitwarden - does not support the MFA authentication to Login into the Wasabi management console

CloudHQ - does not support the entry of an S3-compatible service URL

Cloudways - directed to AWS, support for S3-compatible storage is not available at the moment. 

Grax - does not support S3-compatible storage, please contact GRAX support for more information

Infinidat - does not have cloud-out capability implemented.

Lenovo EMC PX4-300D - directed to AWS S3.

NovaStor - does not support the entry of an S3-compatible service URL

PureCloud - directed to AWS, does not support the entry of an S3-compatible service URL

Stitch - does not support the entry of an S3-compatible service URL

S3 Media Vault - does not support the entry of an S3-compatible service URL

WD MyCloud EX2 Ultra NAS - directed to AWS, support for S3-compatible storage is not available at the moment

Yummy FTP - Yummy has discontinued this product

 

 

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