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Garrett Kuchta <[log in to unmask]>
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UofMN CSS Web Development <[log in to unmask]>
Tue, 16 Mar 2010 16:34:23 -0500
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Hi Brad,

I'm one of the software admins at JaWS, and can probably help you out 
with this.  While you're the first to report problems with CS4 on 
Windows, I've certainly seen this problem with native DAV on OSX (CS4 on 
OSX works).  I'm spooling up my Windows VMs (I'm a linux guy) to test 
out some configurations, and I'll let you know what works for me.  If I 
can track down a copy of CS4 for Windows, I'll give that a go, too.



Garrett Kuchta

On 03/16/2010 03:17 PM, Brad Hunt wrote:
> CSS Web Dev group,
> We just upgraded our Windows XP CS3 to CS4 last fall and are still having
> difficulty connecting Dreamweaver to our webdav site hosted by the JaWS.  We
> have tried on several different computers all running windows XP both inside
> and outside the U's network.  We basically get an error saying we may not
> have rights to get to the folders, this happens from testing the settings as
> well as if we just try to connect within Dreamweaver, but we can use the
> same username/password thru IE to get to the webdav site.  We have tried
> connecting with both the firewall on and off to see if that was the issue.
> We have had only limited issues connecting with our Macs which were also
> upgraded to CS4.  Has anyone been able to connect to the JaWS webdav thru
> CS4 (Windows) and did they have to do anything special to accomplish this?
> Thanks for your feedback!
> Brad
> Bradley Hunt
> Membership and Marketing Coordinator
> University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
> Department of Recreational Sports
> Phone: 612-626-0553
> Fax: 612-626-7708
> Email: [log in to unmask]
> www.recsports.umn.edu