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How can I set up a webdav on a network to be able to use with Student ipads and teachers ipads so they could access files etc.

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How can I set up a webdav on a network to be able to use with Student ipads and teachers ipads so they could access files etc.
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tutorial for setting up WebDAV:
http://owncloud.org/support/webdav/

how to connect with client using air share:
http://www.giganews.com/support/dumptruck/webdav/iphone.html
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On your Lion or Mountain Lion Server, set up your share points with WebDav protocol. For each share point that you want to access via a mobile device under File Sharing > select your desired share point > check the checkbox "Share with iOS devices (WebDav)".

Using any file sharing app like Air Sharing that supports WebDav, choose your server under the URL field, put in a user name and password. Make share under the URL that you type in https://yourserver /webdav. Use http or https depending on your setup.

You can use SSH as a protocol as well. You will set up SSH (SFTP) on your file sharing app. Under the URL type sftp://yourserver, user name and password.
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