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Enable webdav on Windows XP SP2 IIS with 6.0

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Hi,

I'm not finding any option to enable webdav in IIS 6.0 running on a windows xp.
I know it works under Windows 2003, Windows 7, etc.

But where can I enable and configure it so that I can use a small XP machine as a webdav server?

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I believe that WebDAV is enabled by default and once IIS is running you simply navigate to the folder in explorer and under sharing in properties, it will allow you to share via IIS.

A short howto can be found at Configuring WebDAV for cross-platform file sharing
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Thx a lot!
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