On my Win7 32bit machine, the webdav network drive functionality works like a champ. But on my other Win7 machine the 64bit version of Win7 is installed - and doesn't allow the webdav access.
Any solutions on that?
I experimented with many ideas like site security, regedit authAccess, ... but nothing solved my problem.
The native webdav windows client is kind of buggy. If I can recall, it only worked properly in Windows 2000, and I have seen problems on it since them.
So, I strongly suggest you to use Cadaver instead of the Windows native client. It's the most efficient dav client I met.
I solved my issue... so I share my solution: 2 keys was involved on registry.
Using this documentation to configure a Network Drive I found the last think to do (B) : https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DOC/Configuring+a+WebDAV+client+for+Confluence#ConfiguringaWebDAVclientforConfluence-ClientSetup
Windows Vista or 7
regedit.exein the Programs list.
4. In the Value data box, type
2, and then click OK.
The mapping for
BasicAuthLevel is as follow:
B - According to this page https://ecosystem.atlassian.net/browse/WBDV-208
Husein Alatas added a comment - 18/Aug/11 10:07 AM
Customer shared a tips that would prevent Windows in passing null usernames as described here:
How to do it:
1 . Open registry editor ( Start search - regedit)
2 . Browse to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Lsa
3. Create a new DWORD value with the following properties:
4. Restart your PC and try the connection again...
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