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I am looking for a portable application that will allow me to do this:

Browse a WebDAV share and open a file. Edit the file locally. Save the file, and automatically propagate the change to WebDAV.

Is there any CROSS-PLATFORM application out there that will let me do this and exists as a portable?

The reason I need this functionality is that I regularily have to access files via WebDAV from public machines where I do not have the neccessary permissions to natively mount a webdav share, or to install the neccessary components.

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Yes, there is DAV explorer, it is coded in java so you need the JVM on the systems. Also there's an online one(it's java too), not sure about it's trustability.

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Exactly what I needed, thank you. – theduke Apr 11 '12 at 22:44

You can have a look at CrossFTP Pro, which is a powerful WebDav client supporting the lock/view/edit operation on WebDav site.

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