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Map a Confluence WebDAV via web folders in Windows XP

To map a Confluence WebDAV web folder in Windows XP, do the following:

  1. Go to My Network Places and choose 'Add a network place'. The 'Add Network Place Wizard' opens.
  2. Click 'Next', ensure that 'Choose another network location' is selected and then click 'Next' again.
  3. In the 'Internet or network address' field, enter the URL for the Confluence WebDAV location (for example, http://<confluence server url>/plugins/servlet/confluence/default or https://<confluence server url>/plugins/servlet/confluence/default) and then click 'Next'.
  4. When prompted for login credentials, specify your Confluence username and password.
  5. Provide a meaningful name for your web folder and proceed with the remainder of the wizard.
  6. Click 'Finish'.

Map a Confluence WebDAV via web folders in Windows Vista

This procedure is very similar to the one for Windows XP. However, the following procedure includes the slight interface differences that are specific to Windows Vista.

  1. Open the 'Map Network Drive' dialog box (refer to first step of the procedure above for mapping a network drive) and choose 'Connect to a Web site that you can use to store your documents and pictures'. The 'Add Network Location' wizard opens.
  2. Click 'Next', ensure that 'Choose a custom network location' is selected and then click 'Next' again.
  3. In the 'Internet or network address' field, enter the URL for the Confluence WebDAV location (for example, http://<confluence server url>/plugins/servlet/confluence/default or https://<confluence server url>/plugins/servlet/confluence/default) and then click 'Next'.
  4. When prompted for login credentials, specify your Confluence username and password.
  5. Provide a meaningful name for your network location/web folder and proceed with the remainder of the wizard.
  6. Click 'Finish'.
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