HowTo WebDAV Windows XP bug Workaround
Hello HowtoForge Community,
I have been reading through endless documentations about WebDAV, and various tutorials, etc searching for a solution to the bug. Since I wanted to use the WebDAV function of ISPConfig badly. Yesterday I found the solution to make windows xp use the old version of the network devices manager. I had a lot of time today and made a quick how to:
First we create a WebDav user:
Now we can install our WebDAV drive in Windows XP. Go to My Network Places and click on "add a network place"
Click on "Next".
Click on "Choose another network location" and click "Next".
now comes the workaround,
usually at this point you type http://example.tld/webdav/
but to make windows use the old version of the network device manager simply type http://user: firstname.lastname@example.org/webdav/ without the space between : and pass
Type your desired WebFolder name in the input-field and click "Next"
Now make sure to put a check in the "Open this network place when I click Finish." and click Finish
Now type in your user and pass in the inputs again and if you want put a check to make windows remember this.
I hope this helps, have fun
webdav access problem
when I am trying to add network loaction in windows 7, I am getting the error the folder "folder you entered doesn't appears to be valid".
I have tried all options like I have created a doc folder in /webdav/doc in ISPCONFIG control panel
Now when I am trying to access the same by adding network location I have tried all possible combinations like
but none of the above work.
However one thing I have noticed which needs attention in particular that is "webdav folder is being created outsite the default /web folder. "Could this be the reason for the error?
Which ispconfig version are you using?
hi all I try to login, just get this error HTTP method not alowd
I guess that the webdav modules are either not installed or not enabled in apache. Which Linux distribution do you use?
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