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Mapping alfresco on a drive

Question asked by tytanix on Oct 7, 2013
Latest reply on Oct 9, 2013 by tytanix
I'm trying to map alfresco on a windows network drive but it doesn't work as expected.
I have done this step:

Postgress and Tomcat started.

Map Network Drive
(the wizard starts)

I chose Z:

and i fill the text box with "http://localhost:8080/alfresco"
i check "connect with different credentials"

Insert my Alfresco User and my Alfresco Password

At the end i see my network drive Z:, double click on it and then i see all the folder stored on alfresco.

The problem is that when i double click on any folder the system return me an error saying that the "request not supported"

Is there something wrong in my procedure?
How can i map a network drive to alfresco?

Is there a method to use my enterprise server as alfresco's repository?

I need to do this because the users of my system don't want to access and store document only through alfresco but the want to use the repository just like a normal windows folder and, at the same time, want real time synchronization of all contents on alfresco because of its usefull collaborative and search features.

PS: If i try to connect to http://localhost:8080/share the system repeatedly ask me for credentials and then return me an error.
PPS: I've tried even with WebDav but i always have to right click and manually sinchronize the folder before i can see newest upload.

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