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Re: Access http OK but not with tortoise

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-07-23 15:02:33 CEST

On 7/23/07, David Daupeyroux <david@ddcreation.com> wrote:
> > Do you have any proxies or firewalls between the client and server which
> may not be allowing all the WebDAV traffic through as required?
> No I haven't any proxis or firewall. And I'm working on my local network.
> Why the method Get pass and not PROPFIND ? I don't know the difference
> between them...

Please don't change the subject line, it breaks threading in some
clients (like GMail).

There are 3 HTTP request types which are used for basic web traffic -
HEAD, GET and POST. PROPFIND is one of the ones that's used for
WebDAV, and many proxies/firewalls will block those for security

Disable Windows Firewall on the client and server, if that doesn't
take care of it try HTTPS and see if that works.

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Received on Mon Jul 23 15:01:27 2007

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