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I need a link to a good guide for setting up WebDAV on IIS 7.5.

The WebDAV clients are Windows machines.


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Setting it up is not that hard (I have a 40+ step checklist at work). Working with client-side compatibility problems is much harder. What is your client base like? –  sysadmin1138 Dec 24 '10 at 20:02
@sysadmin1138 It's Windows machines. –  Amir Rezaei Dec 25 '10 at 18:56

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I have used that guide. But I get the following error when I try to connect to WebDav. "System error 67 has occurred.# –  Amir Rezaei Dec 26 '10 at 14:04
@Amir, when you try to "net use * http:// yournewdavserver"? or something else. –  sblom Dec 27 '10 at 7:44
Yes. I use that command. I also try using web broswer. mydomain/dir I get "403 - Forbidden: Access is denied." –  Amir Rezaei Dec 27 '10 at 12:25

Which windows version? There are differences between XP/Vista/7 on webdav implementation.

Try with / at the end, try with basic authentication, try with digest authentication...

WebDav is extremly twitchy to setup, and even when you set it up next version of windows/service pack can render it useless. I've used it several times, but at the end connected over the ftp as it is supported directly in windows explorer, and you can make easy shortcut on desktop to ftp server...


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