Msg#: 3676040 posted 4:05 pm on Jun 16, 2008 (gmt 0)
I finally got Vista mostly working with WebDAV authoring. The problem I'm having now is that Vista won't send the credentials that I specify to the WebDAV server. It always sends the local user's login and password which won't work on the server. I specified the correct login information during the setup of the connection, but whenever I restart it says that it couldn't reconnect because the user hasn't been authenticated. I patched the OS, added the server to the trust list in the registry, etc. Nothing gets Vista to send the alternate creds. When I change the local user / password the connection works fine. I'm close... and making WebDAV work has been SO frustrating. I could use any tips on getting this straightened out. Thanks!
Msg#: 3676040 posted 8:09 pm on Jun 18, 2008 (gmt 0)
The users are setup as administrators on their machines. If the local username and password are the same as the one on the server, it works fine. If they are different the authentication fails. I have added our server to the AuthForwardServerList and it still won't send the alternate set of credentials. When the connection is created I tried specifying the username and password for the server and the Vista machine never sends that info. It always sends the local user credentials. The only way I can seem to get it to works is if I change the local user's name and password to be the same as the server login.