I posted a question earlier this week about our IIS8.5/WebDAV setup: IIS8.5 with WebDAV only serves read-only files
I have the basics working, but now having trouble with mapping the WebDAV to a drive letter on a client PC (Windows 10).
My IIS setup looks like this:
The highlighted "Z-Drive" app points to the Z: drive on the server. Just below that is a separate Site (running on port #8080) that has the exact same setup (same physical path, same app-pool, same WebDAV Authoring Rules).
However, these 2 URLs behave very differently!
- http://server/Z-Drive can be mapped to a local drive letter on a PC, but it's read-only. Testing this with curl (
curl --ntlm --u username:password -T file.docx http://server/Z-drive) returns a 409.0 error ("Conflict").
- http://server:8080 works properly with curl (same curl command copies the file to the server), but that URL cannot be mapped as a local drive letter.
net use Z: http://server:8080gives
System error 1920 has occurred. I can map sub-folders of that Z: drive (
net use Z: http://server:8080/subfolder), but I need the users to be able to get that whole Z: drive through WebDav, as one drive one their PC's.