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Old 12-06-2008, 04:11 PM   #1
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WEBDAVS with client certificate authentication in GNOME

Hi all.

I'm attempting to mount a WEBDAVS fs from my work servers. They are set up to use client certificate authentication as well as server SSL for encryption.

Doing this in Windoze is easy enough - unfortunately! Being as we are seriously considering using Linux for our mobile users' laptops I would like to achieve the same there.

I've been able to mount normal http WEBDAV FS sessions but the moment I try with the production web folders, nothing happens when using GNOME (I have been able to achieve it with Konqueror in KDE but consensus has it that a GNOME desktop is preferred).

I would deeply appreciate any help on getting GNOME to mount WEBDAVS with both SSL encryption and client certificate authentication.....

Many thanks,



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