Microsoft ® Windows ® My Network Places

The following is how to connect to WebDAV server using the built in My Network Places feature of Microsoft ® Windows ® XP Professional. Other versions of Microsoft ® Windows ® may support My Network Places but the steps involved could be slightly different.

Before you can use My Network Places to connect to WebDAV server, you will need to add a network place first.

  1. Click Start and choose My Network Places. My Network Places window should appear.

  2. Click Add a network place. This should present you with Add Network Place Wizard. Click Next when done with the introduction.

  3. Windows will try to fetch information from the Internet. After a while a menu will appear, choose Choose another network location and then click Next.

  4. On the next screen you need to specify the location of the WebDAV server. If your WebDAV enabled subdomain is '', then specify the location as Alternatively you can also specify if you want to use secure version of WebDAV server. You will be asked for your username and password, specify the username and password set from Web User & Group menu from SiteManager. Press Next to continue.

  5. On the next screen, you can specify a descriptive name of the network place you've just created. Click Next and then click Finish.

After the FTP server has been added to My Network Place, it is easy to connect to the FTP server.

  1. Click Start and choose My Network Places. My Network Places windows should appear.

  2. Double click on the network place you want to connect. You may be asked for a password.

  3. When successful, a window showing your FTP network place should appear. Now you can use standard file operation (drag and drop, or cut/copy and paste) on this window.

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