As you can see in the following image and the linked screenshot, this will also force Windows XP to use the "Microsoft Data Access Internet Publishing Provider DAV 1.1" mechanism instead Adding a number-sign ("#") to the webfolder-address As one of Peter Clarks weblog guests noted, it is also possible to add the number sign # to the http-address you enter into differences: - working server uses: [email protected] for usernames (other one has only username format) - working server has a domain an a virtual host for webdav (other one is ip based HTH Martin Windows and Linux work Together IT-Pros Community Member Award 2011 Reply ITGuyatBWF 2 Posts Re: Noticing a large number of Propfind entries in Log Dec 02, this page
folder.somedomain.com In your Apache configuration, use a virtual domain for the subdomain, and set DocumentRoot to any folder you like. method to get resource information) to your web server using the WebDav file system redirector which is incorporated directly into Windows XP. For some reason these two requests go out each time a share is displayed for the first time on the client PC. Adding a port number to the webfolder-address 2. https://www.webmasterworld.com/forum11/2865.htm
As you may see in the image above, Windows XP tries to authenticate in the format "domain\username". Adding a port number to the webfolder-address Peter Clark describes in his weblog the trick to attach the port-number (80 by default) to the http-address you enter into the field of went through all the usual authentication issues.
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Is it something that we could/should disable on the webserver? 0 Comment Question by:ola Facebook Twitter LinkedIn https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/20304063/Microsoft-WebDAV-MiniRedir.htmlcopy Best Solution byTwodogs Without more context, (e.g., What is on the client and Itwas not alway the case but once every 100~200 times. When error occured, I got Following IIS Log, and client maybeattempt to connect by anonymous user.Are there any ways to avoid this problem? #Software: Microsoft Internet Information Services 7.5 #Version: 1.0 navigate to this website Solutions So the following solutions seem to be possible: to make Windows XP internally only send username and password and not the domain.
The problem Solutions on the client-side 1. Thank you very much! Idiomes English Asturianu Euskara Català Galego Português Castellano Inici de sessió d'usuari Nom d'usuari: * Contrasenya: * Crea un compte nou Demana una contrasenya nova Menú guifi.net notícies guifi.net connectar a I've so far failed to find an answer as to WTF windows explorer thinks it's doing having this client behaviour as default.
I hate microsoft # posted by bill the geek : 5:53 PM Long time... Merci Beaucoup!! # posted by Anonymous : 1:07 PM thank you thank you thank you!-j # posted by Anonymous : 2:49 PM THANK YOUUU! Uli posted by Ulrich Hansen at 8.02.2006 - 19:40:01 THANKS A LOT! Thanks again. -wjones Reply Lloydz 2318 Posts Re: Noticing a large number of Propfind entries in Log Dec 05, 2011 10:36 PM|Lloydz|LINK Hi, Have you configured webdav for your site?
Note that the problem lists at Green Bytes really helped me with this: Web Folder Client Problems and WebDAV Mini-Redirector ones. http://newsmdcommunications.com/general/microsoft-windows-redirectedhosts.html The point is, I was being flooded with requests from a computer on my network with the user agent of "Microsoft-WebDAV-MiniRedir/5.1.2600." The actual request was "OPTIONS / HTTP/1.1." What is this? C) Many of Windows Services should not be running or disabled. Advertisement Recent Posts Drivers for Toshiba Satellite Woodwenwood replied Feb 13, 2017 at 3:37 PM News from the web #3 poochee replied Feb 13, 2017 at 3:34 PM Word List Game
Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? So it seems pretty harsh of you to say that it's not using the correct mechanism! I stopped using it, so I had my router/firewall block any incoming connections from the outside world (not my network). http://newsmdcommunications.com/general/microsoft-com.html I did not notice any, but I will research it today along with your other suggestions.
Using an SSL-encrypted webfolder The California Institute of Technology also suggests to use "https" for accessing the webfolder. The logical solution on the server side would be an Apache auth-module which understands the handshake of Windows XPs "Microsoft-WebDAV-MiniRedir/5.1.2600". By default, the redirector presumes that plain HTTP communications are not secure, and so it takes the sensible precaution of refusing to send your credentials in the clear.
posted by Neil at 24.04.2006 - 03:16:41 Server luluware.com down Unfortunatly the server for downloading the Apache 2 module Mod_Auth_MSFix is down since a few days.
Advertisements do not imply our endorsement of that product or service. Windows 2000 use the "Microsoft Data Access Internet Publishing Provider DAV 1.1" which works with webfolders/Apache WebDAV without any problems. You have you decide what is Security vs Usablility and your system. Have you looked at the WebDav settings in IIS Manager ?
Now it works flawless posted by Sven at 14.09.2005 - 10:39:44 Thank You. I can access the dav site but I have to authenticate three times before opening any folder. both using auth-mysql to auth webdav users. see here But ofcourse I could be wrong... 0 Back to top of the page up there ^ MultiQuote Reply #4 Guest_Guest_* Group: Guests Posted 16 Feb 2004, 14:18 The Microsoft-WebDAV-MiniRedir/5.1.2600 in the
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Stupid MS! # posted by Matt : 3:40 PM Thanks from JPL. I have not checked any WebDav settings.
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