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Topic: Acrobat Online Comments and WebDAV
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 40096
From: wbodger
Date: 5/10/2002 04:19 AM

I have setup a WebDAV server and it is working just fine. Now, I added NTFS permissions to control access. My first step was to go directly to the resource via the web and ensure that I can login and it works fine, I can see the FDF files that have been created. Next, I set Acrobat for the appropriate WebDAV server and then go to the appropriate PDF files at which point Acrobat connects on the backend to the WebDAV server adn pops up the appropriate dialog box login. And now the login doesn't work. So, I add the user to the Domain Admins group and try again and this time I can login via the backend of Acrobat, only I don't want these users to be part of Domain Admins. Any suggestions as to what I can do to remedy this situation?

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