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WebDAV Settings Page

Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2

Use the WebDAV Settings page to modify the settings for the WebDAV feature.

UI Element List

The following tables describe the UI elements that are available on the feature page and in the Actions pane.

Feature Page Elements

 

Element Name Description

Allow Unknown MIME Types

Specifies whether access is allowed to content types that do not have explicit MIME types defined.

Default MIME Type

Specifies the default MIME type to use for content types that do not have explicit MIME types defined.

Allow Locks

Specifies whether WebDAV locks are supported.

Lock Provider

Specifies the provider to use when Internet clients request locks.

Require Lock for Writing

Specifies whether a lock is required before Internet clients can save documents on the server.

Allow Anonymous Property Queries

Specifies whether Internet clients can request properties anonymously.

Allow Custom Properties

Specifies whether custom properties are supported.

noteNote
File system properties are always supported (for example, file size, modified date, etc.)

Allow Property Queries with Infinite Depth

Specifies whether Internet clients can request properties for content that is deeper than the current parent and child collection.

noteNote
Property queries with infinite depth can consume a great deal of system processing time before they complete.

Property Store

Opens the Namespace Collection Editor dialog box, which you use to specify the property providers for WebDAV XML namespaces.

Allow File Extension Filtering

Specifies whether request filtering settings for file name extensions will apply to WebDAV requests.

ImportantImportant
If Allow File Extension Filtering is set to True, WebDAV requests for files with file name extensions that are blocked by request filtering will be denied. For example, you may not be able to edit a file that has a *.config file name extension if you set Allow File Extension Filtering to True and .config is in the list of file name extensions that are denied.

Allow Hidden Segment Filtering

Specifies whether request filtering settings for hidden segments will apply to WebDAV requests.

ImportantImportant
If Allow Hidden Segment Filtering is set to True, WebDAV requests for file segments that are blocked by request filtering settings will be denied. For example, you may not be able to edit files in the App_Code or Bin folders of a Web site if you set Allow Hidden Segment Filtering to True.

Allow Verb Filtering

Specifies whether request filtering settings for HTTP verbs will apply to WebDAV requests.

ImportantImportant
If Allow Verb Filtering is set to True, WebDAV requests with HTTP verbs that are blocked by request filtering will be denied. For example, you may not be able to edit a file if you set Allow Verb Filtering to True and you configure request filtering to block access to WebDAV verbs such as PROPFIND or PUT.

Allow Hidden Files to be Listed

Specifies whether content that is marked as hidden on the server will be returned in file listings.

Allow multiple property sections

Specifies whether WebDAV properties can be specified in multiple XML <prop></prop> sections.

noteNote
Some Internet clients use this syntax.

Return Compact XML

Specifies whether the WebDAV module should suppress sending a carriage-return/line-feed sequence after each line of XML in WebDAV responses.

Return IsHidden Property

Specifies that the WebDAV module should return the IsHidden property for content.

noteNote
Some Internet clients use this property.

Return IsCollection Property

Specifies whether the WebDAV module should return the IsCollection property for content.

noteNote
Some Internet clients use this property.

Return MS-Author-Via Header

Specifies whether the WebDAV module should return the MS-Author-Via HTTP header.

noteNote
Some Microsoft WebDAV clients use this header.

Require SSL Access

Specifies that all WebDAV requests must use SSL.

Actions Pane Elements

 

Element Name Description

WebDAV Authoring Rules

Opens the WebDAV Authoring Rules feature page so that you can modify the list of WebDAV authoring rules.

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