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  Reply # 979202 3-Feb-2014 09:16 Send private message

TwoSeven: I suspect that the technology you require is WebDAV implemented on IIS.


as above, that is what I have currently.

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  Reply # 981002 5-Feb-2014 20:44 Send private message

Heaps of webdav clients in the play store
https://play.google.com/store/search?q=webdav+client&c=apps




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  Reply # 981061 5-Feb-2014 23:44 Send private message

Thanks, but I only have one android device, that use infrequently. Ideal solution is to have an exceptionally simple page, to provide compatibility with disparate clients (WP8, WP7, WM6, Symbian ^3, iOS and Linux).

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