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I having problems mounting a webdav drive via explorer or cmd with the following command:

net use z: "https://.." /user:username password

System error 67 has occured.
The network name cannot be found.

Everything working fine on my other machines. Thought I had to install the "Desktop Experience" Feature but cant find it in Server Manager / Add Features. I`ve already added the "Media Foundation" Feature and the "WebDAV Publishing" is even installed with IIS. I cant find the WebClient Service in services.msc.

Any suggestions, how enable client side webdav support?

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migrated from Nov 13 '12 at 19:33

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Just solved this on a 2012 R2 for connecting a WebDAV drive from OwnCloud 7 server via HTTPS (think it's same on 2012)

  1. Install Desktop Experience

server manager > Add Features > User Interfaces and Infrastructure > Desktop Experience

  1. Start and set to Automatic WebClient Service

services > WebClient > Properties > Set from Manual to Automatic then start it

  1. Enable BasicAuthLevel in regedit

open regedit.exe and go to this key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\WebClient\Parameters

set the DWORD value "BasicAuthLevel" to "1"

  1. reboot
  2. connect to your WebDAV

net use z: "https://.." /user:username password

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you can use also the Windows Explorer "Map Network Drive" feature with same results – penzoiders Jan 26 '15 at 17:44

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