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How to map to a WebDav location from the machine where the WebDav actually is?

I'm attempting to map to a WebDav location on a machine where the actual folder resides. One major problem that prevents any easy workarounds is that the physical path on the machine itself isn't ...
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Is it possible to share DFS root through WebDAV via IIS in case of IIS is not on DFS server?

Is it possible to share DFS root (not DFS subfolders individually) through WebDAV via IIS in case of IIS is not on DFS server, using NTLM authentication. Is there any Best-Practices? Should I share it ...
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Accessing Webdav on Windows Server 2008 R2 with XP

We have IIS 7.5, with webdav enabled, installed on our file server (FS1). We have multiple Virtual Directories. When trying to connect to 2 of the VD's through network places on XP machines it says ...
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WebDAV client on windows 2008R2 running slow from scheduled script

I have a rather unexpected situation here. I have a small application that connects to a WebDAV server (Sharepoint) using the standard WebDAV windows client (WebClient service, part of the "desktop ...
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Getting HTTP Error 500 with IIS 7.5 for a specific webdav subdirectory

I have the following configuration. Some Websites in IIS one of them with a virtual directory. This virtual directory is configured as webdav which is fully functional without any problems. This ...
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The backup destination specified by the remote shared folder does not exist

I have a webdav share which I mount to my windows 2008 r2 server via webdav (desktop experience feature). Is it possible to backup to this? I get the error: Windows server backu is unable to access ...
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Problems with Web Shared Folder in Windows Server 2008 R2 (IIS 7.5)

First of all, good day/evening! I am dealing with a problem and would appreciate if someone could help, for I have found no specific guides for it in the web (at least none that actually worked...). ...