Publish to WebDAV

WebDAV (Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning) provides a way to manage files over HTTP. It allows web server directories to display as folders on a local computer. WebDAV lets you use these folders like any other folder on the local computer. The URL that you publish a presentation to is the same as the URL you use to view the presentation.

Tip: For additional information about WebDAV, please see WebDAV Resources online at www.webdav.org.

To create a WebDAV publish destination:

  1. Go to Profiles > Publish Destination Setup.
  2. Click WebDAV on the left to create a new destination.
  3. Enter the WebDAV URL.

    Important: If you want to publish to a SharePoint server, you must create a SharePoint publish destination; you cannot use a WebDAV publish destination to send presentations to a SharePoint server.

  4. If you have an invalid certificate on your WebDAV server that is not currently trusted by your TechSmith Relay server, enable the option to Trust All Certificates. This allows TechSmith Relay to ignore any certificate errors and publish to the WebDAV server.
  5. Click Save.

    The publish destination is saved and you are presented with a link to the Publish Account Setup for this destination.

  6. Click the link to continue with Publish Account Setup.

Tip: If the publish destination you would like to use is not available in the list of publish destinations, you may have to install the appropriate plug-in before you can use it. See Plug-Ins for more information.

See also

Was this article helpful?
0 out of 0 found this helpful