Using the WebDAV Redirector with OneDrive Part 2 – Two-Step Verification

This blog is Part 2 of a series about mapping a drive letter to your OneDrive account. In Part 1 of this series, I showed you how to map a drive letter to your OneDrive account when you are using standard security, and in this blog I will show you how to map a drive…

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Using the WebDAV Redirector with OneDrive Part 1 – Standard Security

If you have read some of my previous blog posts and IIS.NET articles about WebDAV, you will see that I often use the WebDAV Redirector that is built-in to Windows in order to connect to various WebDAV websites. This allows me to access my files via a mapped drive letter, which also enables me to…

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Updating my HTML Application for Configuring your WebDAV Redirector Settings

A couple of years ago I wrote a blog that was titled “How to create an HTML Application to configure your WebDAV Redirector settings”, where I showed how to use HTMLA to create a simple editor for most of the WebDAV Redirector settings. These settings have no other user interface, so prior to my blog…

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How to Create a Blind Drop WebDAV Share

I had an interesting WebDAV question earlier today that I had not considered before: how can someone create a “Blind Drop Share” using WebDAV? By way of explanation, a Blind Drop Share is a path where users can copy files, but never see the files that are in the directory. You can setup something like…

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IIS 6.0 WebDAV and Compound Document Format Files Revisited with Workarounds

A few years ago I wrote the following blog, wherein I described how the WebDAV functionality in IIS 6.0 worked with files that are Compound Document format: IIS 6.0 WebDAV and Compound Document Format Files As I explained in that blog post, WebDAV needs somewhere to store “properties” for files that are uploaded to the…

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WebDAV Website Importer for WebMatrix

The other day I was talking with one of my coworkers, Yishai Galatzer, about Microsoft’s WebMatrix. By way of introduction, Yishai is one of our senior developers on the WebMatrix project; I’m not sure if you’ve used WebMatrix, but it’s a pretty handy website editor. Here’s a few generic screen shots: WebMatrix 2 Splash Screen…

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Storing IIS 7.5 WebDAV Properties in NTFS Alternate Data Streams

Two months ago Microsoft published an update for the WebDAV module that shipped with IIS 7.5 in Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2, and this update is documented in the Microsoft Knowledge Base article ID 2593591: FIX: A hotfix is available that enables WebDAV to store the properties of file resources by using NTFS…

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Sending WebDAV Requests in .NET Revisited

I recently spoke with a great customer in India, and he was experimenting with the code from my Sending WebDAV Requests in .NET blog post. He had a need to send the WebDAV LOCK/UNLOCK commands, so I wrote a quick addition to the code in my original blog post to send those commands, and I…

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How to create an HTML Application to configure your WebDAV Redirector settings

I’ve mentioned in previous blog posts that I use the Windows WebDAV Redirector a lot. (And believe me, I use it a lot.) Having said that, there are a lot of registry settings that control how the Windows WebDAV Redirector operates, and I tend to tweak those settings fairly often. I documented all of those…

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Life after FPSE (Part 6)

In this latest installment on my series about configuring your server for hosting without the FrontPage Server Extensions (FPSE), I’d like to discuss a couple of WebDAV best practices that I like to use. Blocking FPSE-related Folders with Request Filtering In my How to Migrate FPSE Sites to WebDAV walkthough, I discuss the following FPSE-related…

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