Create a WebDAV connection in 64-bit Windows

  • Click the Start button to open the Start menu. (In Windows 8, navigate to the Start screen.)
  • Type “regedit” into the search box, then click Registry Editor (regedit) listed in the search results. (In Windows 8, type “regedit”, then click on the regedit result.)
  • Navigate to
  • Right-click on BasicAuthLevel and select Modify.
  • Change Value data to 2, and then click OK.
  • Restart your computer.
  • Click the Start button again and type “View local services” in the search box. (In Windows 8, navigate to the Start screen, type “View local services”, and then click on Settings.)
  • Click View local services listed in the search results.
  • In the Services (Local) list, right-click on WebClient and click Properties.
  • In the General tab, choose Automatic in the Startup type drop-down list.
  • If it hasn’t been selected yet, click Start under Service status, and then click OK.
  • Click the Start button again,
  • right-click on Computer and select Map network drive. (In Windows 8, navigate to the Start screen, type “Computer”, right-click on the Computer result, then click Map network drive)
  • Choose a letter Drive: from the drop-down list.
  • Type the WebDAV folder location in the Folder: field. Your WebDAV folder location is the folder path listed in Learning Environment.
  • Select the Reconnect at logon check box and Connect using different credentials check box (depending on your computer, this might be a link called Connect using a different user name).
  • Click Finish. When you are prompted for your user credentials, enter the same username and password you use to log in to Learning Environment.

Your WebDAV site’s files and directories are now available in your new network folder.
You can create, move, copy, and delete files and folders through Windows using this new network folder.

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