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Question re linking to a folder in SharePoint v3 on SBS 2008

Posted on 2012-03-20
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Hi,

I would like to allow a service (Google Transit Feeds) to link to a folder on our SBS 2008 Sharepoint site in order to pick up data automatically. The service just needs a URL, a user name, and a password.

The trouble is that my URL looks like this and I'm afraid it's going to cause problems:

https://office.myserver.org:987/Shared%20Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspx?RootFolder=%2fShared%20Documents%2fgooglefeed&FolderCTID=&View=%7b3723F4FC%2d2278%2d4203%2dBF2C%2d5B9006F20993%7d

Is there a way to translate that in to a straight forward link to the folder?

Thanks!
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As we've said many times, hosting any kind of publically accessible information from the web is considered a security risk.

What information are you trying to share and perhaps there are alternatives
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