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I can connect to an external webdav resource after installing from Windows Server after installing the windows desktop experience witch in turn installs the webdav client.

  • I see the webdav folders and I can access them manually from the server Explorer after having mapped them with "Map Network Drive"


  • I can't serve them via IIS virtual folders - Is there a way to do it?
  • I can't connect to them via a normal webdav client like Cyberduck

If I arrive to connect them with a webdav client I was thinking to access them with a .Net component and serve them (readonly) from IIS.

Is this the correct approach and why I arrive to connect only with Explorer and not with other clients?

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