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#1: webdav in vista 32 vs. 64 bit

Posted on 2008-04-08 20:37:09 by jimmyinCT

My ability to do webdav seems to be depending on the operating system
i am trying to connect from, this being 64 or 32 bit vista. I am doing
indentical steps on each.

here are my steps, you should be able to reproduce it:
map netwrok drive -> click "connect to a website that can be used to
store your documents" -> click next -> "choose a custom location" ->
next -> the webdav URL is https://www.engr.uconn.edu/ece/ -> try to
click next. If you are prompted to authenicate it is working. If you
get an error about invalid path, it is not working.


On all the 64 bit machines, with or without the msft patch applied, i
get an error "
"the network path is invalid" when i try to proceed. In the 32 bit
machines, with or without the patch, this works though.


here is the patch (which is not needed anyway)
Download details: Software Update for Web Folders (KB907306)


can someone verify these results

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#2: Re: webdav in vista 32 vs. 64 bit

Posted on 2008-04-09 08:28:48 by Egbert Nierop

<jimmyinCT@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:67dc2a22-a3e0-4cb9-b3f8-d0adf42b8229@v26g2000prm.google groups.com...
> My ability to do webdav seems to be depending on the operating system
> i am trying to connect from, this being 64 or 32 bit vista. I am doing
> indentical steps on each.
>
> here are my steps, you should be able to reproduce it:
> map netwrok drive -> click "connect to a website that can be used to
> store your documents" -> click next -> "choose a custom location" ->
> next -> the webdav URL is https://www.engr.uconn.edu/ece/ -> try to
> click next. If you are prompted to authenicate it is working. If you
> get an error about invalid path, it is not working.
>
>
> On all the 64 bit machines, with or without the msft patch applied, i
> get an error "
> "the network path is invalid" when i try to proceed. In the 32 bit
> machines, with or without the patch, this works though.
>
>
> here is the patch (which is not needed anyway)
> Download details: Software Update for Web Folders (KB907306)

While WebDav, in theory, is superior to Frontpage extensions, it still sucks
and lacks common support. Often, FTP is used instead.

Regards

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#3: Re: webdav in vista 32 vs. 64 bit

Posted on 2008-04-21 03:55:30 by ryan.aghdam

On Apr 9, 2:28=A0am, "Egbert Nierop" <egbert_nie...@nospam.invalid>
wrote:
> <jimmyi...@gmail.com> wrote in message
>
> news:67dc2a22-a3e0-4cb9-b3f8-d0adf42b8229@v26g2000prm.google groups.com...
>
>
>
> > My ability to do webdav seems to be depending on the operating system
> > i am trying to connect from, this being 64 or 32 bit vista. I am doing
> > indentical steps on each.
>
> > here are my steps, you should be able to reproduce it:
> > map netwrok drive -> click "connect to a website that can be used to
> > store your documents" -> click next -> "choose a custom location" ->
> > next -> the webdav URL ishttps://www.engr.uconn.edu/ece/-> try to
> > click next. If you are prompted to authenicate it is working. If you
> > get an error about invalid path, it is not working.
>
> > On all the 64 bit machines, with or without the msft patch applied, i
> > get an error "
> > "the network path is invalid" when i try to proceed. In the 32 bit
> > machines, with or without the patch, this works though.
>
> > here is the patch (which is not needed anyway)
> > Download details: Software Update for Web Folders (KB907306)
>
> While WebDav, in theory, is superior to Frontpage extensions, it still suc=
ks
> and lacks common support. Often, FTP is used instead.
>
> Regards

With all due respect-- that is quite an ignorant reply.

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