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#1: IIS6, Win2003 Server and WebDAV

Posted on 2005-07-19 21:10:06 by TC

Hi all,
I've been looking around for some solid help on this topic but have yet to
find a clear cut way to do it. My problem is a simple one. At least I think
it is. I have a website that a team of developers will be using as a
development area. It's not a production site but a common place for the team
to work on the same site. I've read a lot of negative stuff about FTP and
decided against trying to set that up for the team. WebDAV seems to be the
way to go. I finally found the right set of things to allow the team to do
work on the website using WebDAV. However, when I try to setup a virtual
folder that points to the website for viewing purposes I keep getting a login
prompt that won't authenticate according to the virtual folder I setup. Can
anyone direct me to a good article on how to properly configure a webdav
folder for editing and how to setup a website that points to that folder for
viewing of posted changes?
Thanks
Tom

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#2: Re: IIS6, Win2003 Server and WebDAV

Posted on 2005-07-20 10:34:31 by Bernard

Not a webdav guy myself, but you can try -
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/WindowsServer20 03/Library/IIS/3cbec1c7-e3ed-43d3-86e8-ce94e4375e70.mspx


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Bernard Cheah
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"TC" <TC@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:A2C5B260-9D8E-4611-A41A-6339EFAD9CDF@microsoft.com...
> Hi all,
> I've been looking around for some solid help on this topic but have yet to
> find a clear cut way to do it. My problem is a simple one. At least I
> think
> it is. I have a website that a team of developers will be using as a
> development area. It's not a production site but a common place for the
> team
> to work on the same site. I've read a lot of negative stuff about FTP and
> decided against trying to set that up for the team. WebDAV seems to be
> the
> way to go. I finally found the right set of things to allow the team to
> do
> work on the website using WebDAV. However, when I try to setup a virtual
> folder that points to the website for viewing purposes I keep getting a
> login
> prompt that won't authenticate according to the virtual folder I setup.
> Can
> anyone direct me to a good article on how to properly configure a webdav
> folder for editing and how to setup a website that points to that folder
> for
> viewing of posted changes?
> Thanks
> Tom

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