Windows 7 - WebDAV ( web folders ) support for 64bit version ?

will Windows 7 - 64BIT version -   have functional  WebDAV  capability ?
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I had same problem and it was solved...

1- Set BasicAuthLevel's value to "2"  by expand HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE >> SYSTEM>>CurrentControlSet>>Services>>webClient>>Parameters

2- Restart your computer.


3- Right click "Computer" and click "Map network drive..."
    
To Letter Field: Set a free drive letter.
    
To Folder Field: Assume that your webDav address is http://abc.com:50000/irj/go/km/docs/

change it to \\abc.com:50000\irj\go\km\docs\

 

4- Enter your ID an Password


thats all...

Note: The mapping is as follows:
 0 - Basic authentication disabled
 1 - Basic authentication enabled for SSL shares only
 2 or greater - Basic authentication enabled for SSL shares and for non-SSL shares

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Hi seanmccffc,

Thank you for visiting the Microsoft Windows Vista Community site. The issue you posted is related to an advanced user issue and would be better suited in the Windows 7 Technet community. Please visit the link below to find a community that will offer the support you request.


http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en/category/w7itpro?ITPID=sprblog

 

 


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