Re: Digest access to UNC share
From: David Wang [Msft] (someone_at_online.microsoft.com)
Date: Wed, 4 May 2005 13:40:59 -0700
You need to first get WebDAV+Basic on local Filesystem working first. Then,
change it to UNC share. Finally, change authentication scheme. The URL I
gave previously should get all this working on IIS6. Some slight adaptations
have to be made for IIS5 since it doesn't support pass-thru as nicely, nor
does it support protocol transitioning (so it is Kerberos or nothing).
WebDAV is basically a protocol over HTTP, so you are really looking at
proper web-server configuration to support your scenario. There are also two
different WebDAV clients, one within Windows and the other within IE, both
with different sets of capabilities.
-- //David IIS http://blogs.msdn.com/David.Wang This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights. // "Alan van der Vyver" <email@example.com> wrote in message news:e7bkG%23AUFHA.544@TK2MSFTNGP15.phx.gbl... David, Once again you have found an interesting article. Thank you. I found I was not able to connect to a WebDAV folder across the Internet from Windows XP at all - even if the folder was configured for pass-thru basic authentication or even no authentication (anonymous). Windows 2000 was working fine in both cases. Windows XP was asking for a user name and password, even with anonymous access and was rejecting every user name and password combination I supplied. In the end, while researching whether I might have better luck with WebDAV on Apache, I found an article that refered to Microsoft knowledge base article 298353. This was useful in that it confirmed the problem, but was otherwise the singularly most useless knowledge base article I have come across as it provides neither resolution nor work-around nor a time frame for one. It conveys the distinct sense of "Its broken. Tough! Live with it!" Fortunately, the same article that referred me to the knowledge base provided a work around - add "/." or "/#" to the WebDAV URL when creating the web folder in Windows XP. The full article can be found at http://www.atarex.com/services/support/webdav-msft.shtml. Using that, I can make Windows XP work, so I will revive the project at some point in the future and make use of the delegation information you supplied earlier. I am running out of time now. I will make use of FTP in the mean time. regards, Alan. David Wang [Msft] wrote: > You mean you cannot get WebDAV of a UNC share working when you use Pass-thru > Basic authentication? This should work on IIS6 by default, and it takes a > bit more tweaking on IIS5. > > URL (talks about IIS6, but same concepts apply to IIS5 and has a bunch of > related URLs): > http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/windowsserver2003/technologies/webapp/iis/remstorg.mspx ) >