This is probably tied to cache files OOo is trying to make vs Abiword not creating them. Reply snakefoot says: 3 November 2007 at 13:01 Jim When you try to map a drive, you get an error "The network path https:\\webdav.rrmm.com could not be found". Instead, when I copy/paste a WebDAV folder (with subfolders and files), I receive some MKCOL (which is OK) and also GET/PUT. Webdav mounts will show up on the CLI as well. his comment is here
Known VersionsDLL versioncommentsconfirmed issues5. 1. 2600. 0Windows XP Professional SP1, Windows XP Tablet PC SP1port-handling, server-discovery5. 1. 2600. 1221Windows XP Hotfix (LastModified date KB 820193)[KB820193]port-handling5. 1. 2600. 2180Windows XP SP2basic-authentication, port-handling, Repeatedly meaning after the http session dies or so, so i'm unable to have a sync scheduled cause the authentication isn't permanent (although it is set to "remember my password". Instead COPY, mini-redirector uses GET and PUT - this causes performance issue. If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site.Would you like to participate?
Microsoft Customer Support Microsoft Community Forums SQL Server Sign in United States (English) Brasil (Português)Česká republika (Čeština)Deutschland (Deutsch)España (Español)France (Français)Indonesia (Bahasa)Italia (Italiano)România (Română)Türkiye (Türkçe)Россия (Русский)ישראל (עברית)المملكة العربية السعودية (العربية)ไทย (ไทย)대한민국 (한국어)中华人民共和国 Even more weird thing is, when I am using Fiddler, the problem is gone. port-handling The redirector does not support HTTP URLs where a specific port number is specified. self signed certificate with IE8/windows 7 .
If the connection hits port 80 of the Web-server, then it is most likely not encrypted using SSL. Monday, October 26, 2015 10:44 PM Reply | Quote Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of the Technet Web site. How does the movie Spirited Away justify its title? Windows Webdav Server I want to know if it is a bug in mini-redirector, or what I should do to get a request with COPY method.
Check the following variable: zmprov gacf zimbraFileUploadMaxSize To edit: zmprov mcf zimbraFileUploadMaxSize 100000000 Also, with ZCS 6+: zmprov gacf zimbraMailContentMaxSize To edit: zmprov mcf zimbraMailContentMaxSize 100000000 Apple - Mac Apple - Webdav Client Windows 7 What is this colored fiber in my chicken? Make a suggestion Dev centers Windows Office Visual Studio Microsoft Azure More... Welcome To The Twisted Chamber!
Windows Vista SP1 (and older) has a known bug where it cannot access sub-folder unless it has read-access to the parent folders. Net Use Webdav This virtual folder is accessed by typing remote:/ in the location bar or by selecting Network from the Places panel. Security One cannot use a secure connection when using the WebDAV Mini Redirector, i.e. There may be other combinations of settings that get around this, and I'm not an apache expert, so they might even be more reasonable, but this worked for me.
You may have to upgrade your WebDAV Mini Redirector Windows client. Or redirect my post to them? Webdav Client Windows 10 The session URL eliminates the login problem found in many Windows WebDAV implementations. Windows 7 Webdav References: http://www.webdav.org/cadaver/ Linux clients should be able to get this through their normal packaging methods: For example [Ubuntu]: apt-get install cadaver Windows port: http://soren.lund.org/cadaver.html Mac port: http://cadaver.darwinports.com/ Other Clients Free AnyClient
Connecting from a browser works as a pie ( username/passwd ) . I solved this issue on Vista (with SP1 and KB943280) but on XP it just won't work! If you try to use something like the following net use x: "http://server.com/folder/subfolder" /User:UserName Password Then you get the "System error 67 has occured. Privacy statement Help us improve MSDN. Map Webdav Drive Windows 7
In theory, you would just mount it and use it like any other mounted volume. I had add it with Network Places. Example from CLI: [as ajcody] mkdir -p /home/ajcody/davfs/mail59 fusedav -u username -p password http://192.168.0.59/av/ajcody /home/ajcody/davfs/mail59 wdfs If you have wdfs installed, then you can add a line like this in /etc/fstab: The issue here is related to the fact that addresses without a trailing slash are not considered "canonical" urls and are redirected by default to the address with the slash.
I was able to remount shares without checking it, but I believe Windows had already cached my authentication details at that point. Webdav Windows Explorer Enter your username and password in the authentication box that appears. Can umount if I use the -f flag as root.
Have looked around and seen many reports that XP does not support SSL connections and can only access WebDAV using port 80. The strangest thing, is on my development PC where I wrote the server, I can connect just fine, however ANY other computer that tries to access the server, fails to connect Maybe someone know why mini-redirector never send COPY request to server? Filezilla Webdav Thanks! - Dennis Reply Dave Hunt says: 7 May 2009 at 19:17 I couldn't get Stunnel to work for connecting to HTTPS WebDav on xp, but the tinyurl idea worked like
Thanks! It is working well with 3rd party WebDAV clients but does not work with Windows built-in mini-redirector when mapping a drive to the http location. Only mini-redirector has this issue. See also: "NPE when accessing folders via webdavfs (Mac OS X)" http://bugzilla.zimbra.com/show_bug.cgi?id=41539 "Editing and Saving a file via WebDAV (Mac OS X) using Open Office" was called: "Editing and Saving a
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Typically fails when transfering larger files. MSDN Forum https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/home Best regards Please remember to mark the replies as answers if they help, and unmark the answers if they provide no help. Only mini-redirector fails. Reply Devon says: 11 December 2009 at 23:11 There's a solution to the file rename problem at: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1110710/webdav-behind-a-reverse-proxy In a nutshell you have to re-write the Destination header that the client
Does not let me copy files1Cannot connect to WebDAV from Windows Explorer, but able to from IE?2How to make Mini-redirector to remove entire folder on a WebDAV server using single request?0WebDAV Better to rent condo to daughter or put her on title? Open Konquerer Put in the appropriate url and authenticate when popup shows webdav/s://SERVERNAME/dav/USERNAME/Briefcase KDE4 - Konqueror4 This doesn't seem to work with reads or writes. Windows XP includes the WebClient service that allows one to mount a Web Folder as a mapped network drive: net use x: "http://server.com/folder" /User:UserName Password Note to make the mapping permanent
Confirm WebClient Service To Automatic Make sure the "WebClient" service is started: Use "Start->Run->services.msc" and confirm the service "WebClient" is set to automatic. You can also see Wikipedia: WebDAV and Microsoft Windows. Doh! The root cause was that win7 mini-redirector DOES NOT send cached "Authorization" header when previous connection was dropped.
Click Finish on the next page. Reply Dan says: 20 February 2012 at 9:12 the solution to the stunnel rename bug pointed out above.. http/s://$MAILSERVER/service/dav/$USERNAME http/s://$MAILSERVER/service/dav/[email protected]$DOMAIN http/s://$MAILSERVER/service/dav/$USERNAME%40$DOMAIN http/s://$MAILSERVER/dav/$USERNAME/Briefcase/ http/s://$MAILSERVER/dav/$USERNAME/Notebook/ webdav/s://$MAILSERVER/dav/$USERNAME/Briefcase/ webdav/s://$MAILSERVER/dav/$USERNAME/Notebook/ Internet Explorer - IE - WinXp Trick Something I found in regards to Windows XP here and here: Note: When connecting over non-SSL connections,