Webdav folders do not appear when attempting to "save as" in Adobe Acrobat

I'd like to be able to "save as" pdf's directly from Adobe Acrobat to my small business server (2003) via webdav. We've been using webdav for quite awhile on this server with no problem through all other applications, but when trying to save a file from Adobe Acrobat directly to the web folder we are unable to. After authenticating to the web folder the contents are blank. Obviously there are tons of directories and files at the root of the web folder, but they just do not show when doing a "save as" through Adobe Acrobat.

We've tried Adobe Acro 6 and Acro 9. Both were fully patched, but both experienced the same problem. The client OS is Windows XP, also fully patched.

Anyone else seen this problem before?

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Michael OrtegaSales & Systems EngineerAsked:
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Michael OrtegaSales & Systems EngineerAuthor Commented:
Thanks. That's exactly what I needed.
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