So you now have your WebDAV server setup and its time to get this out to your users. To help you along you feel free to edit the guides below to your particular requirements.
Using Cloud - iOS (225.4 KiB, 1,082 hits)
Using Cloud - Windows Phone (196.8 KiB, 865 hits)
Using Cloud - Windows XP (157.4 KiB, 846 hits)
Using Cloud - OSX (193.4 KiB, 894 hits)
Using Cloud - Windows 7 (149.3 KiB, 1,039 hits)
Using Cloud - Windows Vista (166.2 KiB, 788 hits)
Using Cloud - Windows 8 (327.6 KiB, 875 hits)
Using Cloud with iWorks - iOS (5.1 MiB, 863 hits)
For further reading take a look at the links below-
- Basic setup of a WebDAV site on IIS.net – http://www.iis.net/learn/install/installing-publishing-technologies/installing-and-configuring-webdav-on-iis
- Basic setup of WebDAV on seanashton.net – http://seanashton.net/webdav/iis/ (some interesting reading on here about download folder and large file support)
- Using Windows authentication (instead of Basic Authentication) – http://blogs.msdn.com/b/benjaminperkins/archive/2013/08/01/setting-up-webdav-on-iis-using-windows-authentication-and-a-unc-mapped-drive-or-file-share.aspx I gave this a go when I was first setting up WebDAV but couldn’t seem to make it work all the same well worth a look.